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Simplify each radical expression. Assume all variables
represent positive real numbers

ãa^10

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again when I post it does not read right.

it is sqrt a^10

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One of the rule of exponents tells us that the square root of a number a raised to an exponent n is the same number raised to an exponent of n/2.
Thus the square-root of a² is a2/2 = a¹
In the particular example given,
sqrt(a10)
= a10/2
= a5

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