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How do I rewrite this equation using radicals instead of rational exponents?
I rewrote the whole equation in simplest form 25x^(11/10)4√y

How do I rewrite it with radical exponents?

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  1. what is that 4 doing there?
    is 4√y supposed to mean 4th root of y?

    x^(11/10) is 10th-root(x^11)

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