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    1) Converting Exponents into radicals and vice versa.

    2) Simplification of radicals in fraction forms

    3) Converting the expressions into exponents with no negative exponents

    4) Factorize the expressions

    5) Finding the missing terms

    6) Simplify the complex and simple fractions

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    We know that

    Solutions 1(a)

    Solutions 1 (b)

    Solution 1(c)

    We know that 16 can be written as 2*2*2*2= . So, expression can be written as

    Solution 1(d)

    Solution 2

    Solution 2(a)

    Solution 2(b

    Solution 2c

    Solution 2(d)


    Solution Summary

    The solution describes the steps in converting radicals to exponents form and vice versa. It helps in converting algebraic exponents into expressions with no negative expressions. Step by step method is explained to simplify complex and simple algebraic expressions in fraction forms.