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Say: nth root of a. Where a is the radical and n is the root exponent.
Square root of a
Cubic root from a
The root can also be written as a power with the exponent 1/n.
Product rule with the same root exponent
Product rule for the same Radikand
The root equation can be transformed by means of the power laws.
For the square root, the transformation is done by squaring.
The root function can be represented by the exponential function and the logarithm.
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