How do you write #(9y^6) ^(3/2)# as an radical form?
Numerator is what we take the power to, denominator is which root we take the base of. Answer:
When we have a fractional exponent, the number in the numerator is what we take the base to the power of and the number in the denominator is what root we take of the base.
Using this concept, we can write
If necessary for the problem, we can simplify: