Posted by **Sherilee** on Sunday, February 11, 2007 at 4:33pm.

how do u simplify radical expressions such as cubed root of 125t^6w^2

4

125 has a cube root of 5

t

^{6} has a cube root of t

^{2}
so you are left iunder the radial w

^{2</sup
square root of a equals 10...I don't understand how to find the answer
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