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# What is the radical expressionwritten in exponential form?[tex]( \sqrt[4]{6} )^{3} [/tex]β

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The exponent in radical form is:[tex]6^{\frac{3}{4}}[/tex]Further explanation:The radical form is converted into exponential form by the following method[tex]\sqrt[n]{x} = (x)^{\frac{1}{n}}[/tex]Given[tex](\sqrt[4]{6)^3} \\Converting\ into\ exponent\ form\\=[(6)^3]^{\frac{1}{4}}\\Exponent\ on\ exponent\ are\ multiplied\ to\ each\ other\\=(6)^{(3*\frac{1}{4})}\\=6^{\frac{3}{4}}[/tex]The exponent in radical form is:[tex]6^{\frac{3}{4}}[/tex]Keywords: Radical form, ExponentsLearn more about exponents at:brainly.com/question/12047171brainly.com/question/10169676#LearnwithBrainly