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Algebraic expressions are called Radical expressions or Radicals if the exponent is a square-root, cube-root,

fourth-root etc written to the base number. The exponent is called the radical and the number on whose

radical is written, is the base. Radical calculator is the easy online tool which can give answers to radicals or

radical expressions.



Example 1: Evaluate the radical expression, (125)1/3.


Given radical expression: -> (125)1/3

In the above radical expression, ‘125’ is called the base and ‘1/3’ is the exponent to the base.

Now in order to evaluate this radical expression, we should first try to factor and write ‘125’ in terms of a

repeated number.

.125 = 5 * 5 * 5 -> 53

Hence the radical expression -> (125)1/3 = (53)1/3 = 5.



Example 2: Evaluate the radical expression, (32)1/5.


Given radical expression: -> (32)1/5

In the above radical expression, ‘32’ is called the base and ‘1/5’ is the exponent to the base.

Now in order to evaluate this radical expression, we should first try to factor and write ‘32’ in terms of a

repeated number.

.32 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2-> 25

Hence the radical expression -> (32)1/5 = (25)1/5 = 2.



 

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