Roots can either be represented by radical signs or by fractional exponents For

Roots can either be represented by radical signs or

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Question 21 of 25Roots can either be represented by radical signs or by fractional exponents. For example, writing the exponent in theformat 1/7, would indicate that we mean the 7th root.Instead of using a radical sign, an 8th root could be written with an exponent of 1/8 . Part 22 of 25 - Default: 0.0/ 4.0 Points Question 22 of 25Using a calculator, estimate the square root of 2 to the nearest thousandth. The square root of 2 is approximately 1.41 . Part 23 of 25 - 4.0/ 4.0 Points Question 23 of 25Using just the keyboard, one can write the fraction "three-fourths" as 3/4. Using that format, indicate the fractional exponent that would signify that we wanted to first take a fourth root and then raise thatanswer to the 5th power. The exponent would be 5/4 . Part 24 of 25 - 4.0/ 4.0 Points Question 24 of 25 Evaluate (225) 1/2 (225) 1/2 = 15 . Part 25 of 25 - 4.0/ 4.0 Points Question 25 of 25 A. Choice AB. Choice BC. Choice CD. Choice D
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