1. Use radical notation to write each expression. Simplify
if possible.

a) 49 ^{1/2}

Radical Notation | Simplified |

b) (−32) ^{1/5}

Radical Notation | Simplified |

c) 16 ^{3/4}

Radical Notation | Simplified |

d)

Radical Notation | Simplified |

2.Use the properties of exponents to simplify each
expression. Write with positive exponents only.

3. Multiply

4. Factor the common from the given expression

5. Use rational exponents to simplify each radical. Assume
that all variables represent positive numbers.

a)

With Rational Exponents | Simplified |

b)

With Rational Exponents | Simplified |

6. Use rational expressions to write as a single radical expression.