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Write an equivalent expression using radical notation
1.(a^2b^2)^1/9

Use the laws of exponents to simplify
2.6^3/5* 6^5/10

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    1. a^(2/9) * b^(2/9)

    2. 6^[(3/5) + (5/10)] = 6^(11/10) = 6^1.1

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    rewrite the expression using radical notation. 2 1/3

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