My homework is to simplify it step by step. All of the expressions are under the same radical.

Algebra
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Sep 12th, 2015

If the radical is on all variables then

3√(a^2 b^3 c^7)

Now

(a^2 b^3 c^7)^1/3               (radical can be converted into the reciprocal power as  3√x = (x)^1/3 )

Now

power of something whole will multiply with the powers of the variables inside, then

(a^2*1/3 b^3*1/3 c^7*1/3)

(a^2/3 b^3/3 c^7/3)

(a^2/3 b^1 c^7/3)

(a^2/3 b c^7/3)

Sep 12th, 2015

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