Posted by **zuhra** on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 8:07pm.

I have a question about the root test. If we have 5x^5 + 2 in the denominator, then does the root(1/x) apply to the whole denominator as one, for example (5x^5 + 2)^1/x or would it be applied separately.

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