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1 How Do We Use Rational Exponents? Do Now: Perform the indicated operation and simplify 1. 2.

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2 nth Roots An nth root of number a is a number whose nth power is a. a number whose nth power is a If the index n is even, then the radicand a must be nonnegative. is not a real number

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3 Square Root of x 2 Page 393

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4 Radicals

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5 Rational Exponents

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6 Exponent 1/n When n Is Even

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7 When n Is Even

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8 Exponent 1/n When n Is Odd

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10 nth Root of Zero

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11 Rational Exponents

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12 Evaluating in Either Order

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13 Negative Rational Exponents

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14 Evaluating a -m/n

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15 Rules for Rational Exponents 7-6

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16 Simplifying

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17 Simplifying

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18 Simplifying

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19 Multiplying Radicals – Different Indices

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20 Multiplying Radicals Different Indices

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21 Different Indices

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22 Different Indices

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23 Different Indices

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24 Rational Exponents Eliminate the root, then the power

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25 Eliminate the Root, Then the Power

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26 Negative Exponents

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27 Negative Exponents Eliminate the root, then the power

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28 Negative Exponents Eliminate the root, then the power

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29 No Solution Eliminate the root, then the power

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30 No Solution Eliminate the root, then the power

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31 Strategy for Solving Equations with Exponents and Radicals

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