Roots are nice, but we prefer dealing with regular numbers as much as ... Practice: Simplify square roots (variables) ... Simplifying radicals (higher-index roots).

Multiple examples of simplifications of higher-index radicals. For example, simplifying ⁵√96 as 2⁵√3.

Learn about expressions with rational exponents like x^(2/3), about radical expressions like √(2t^5), and about the relationship ... Understanding square roots.

The principle square root is simply the radical sign. The NEGATIVE square root will have "-" before the radical sign. If the problem wants both, it will have a ...

A worked example of simplifying radical with a variable in it. In this example, we simplify 3√(500x³).

Practice: Simplify square roots (variables) · Simplifying square-root expressions · Practice: Simplify square-root expressions · Simplifying square roots review.

Learn about the square root symbol (the principal root) and what it means to find a square root. Also learn how to solve simple square root equations.