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An exponential expression (also called fractional exponents) of the form \(a^m\) has a rational exponent if \(m\) is a rational number (as opposed to integers). Here, you learn more about solving rational exponents problems.
By identifying powers and roots and converting them to radicals, we can write rational power exponents expressions as radicals. In this post, you learn more about rational exponents and radicals.
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