Math rational exponents
posted by Carissa .
root(3,12m^2)
Trying to figure out how to rewrite as an expression with a fractional exponent.Thank you for your help

root(3,12m^2)
Not sure why you have two arguments to root. Do you mean cube root?
If so, then you just have 12^(1/3) m^(2/3)
Then nthroot is just the (1/n) power. Plug it in and then just use the normal exponent operations.
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