Algebra! I really need help!

r=radical sign


r64s^4t^3

Simplify the expression up there.
Show me an explanation, too! Please! I beg of you..I need help.

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asked by Izzy
  1. sqrt(64s^4t^3) =
    sqrt(64s^4t^2*t) =
    8s^2t*sqrt(t).

    NOTE: t^3 = t^2*t.

    posted by Henry

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