Posted by **Sylvie** on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 10:36pm.

Express the radical as a power. Then evaluate it. Round to the hundredths place. I can't figure out how to type the symbols on my computer, but there are 3 problems. 1) 795 "square-rooted to the 3rd power" 2) 9876 "square-rooted to the 5th power" 3) 845.3 "square-rooted to the 7th power" I hope that makes sense.

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