math algebra in second year level
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show that each of the following mathematical statement is true; a;(6 raise to 1 over 5)raise to 2 is equal to fifth root of 6 raise to 2? b;fourth root of 3 raise to 3 is equal to 1 over 27 raise to 1 over 4?

math algebra in second year level 
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[6^(1/5)]^2 = [6^(1/5)]^2, obviously
The fifth root of 6 and 6^(1/5) are the same thing.
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