RADICALS Review of Introductory MathematicsChangingExponentstoRadicalsHow to convert radicals into exponential form has been explained. Sometimes however, it isnecessary or convenient to convert exponents to radicals. Recognizing that an exponent is theequivalent of the n^{th} root is useful to help comprehend an expression.The expressioncan be written as . It is algebraically expressed as:5^{1/3}35a1mmaThe above definition can be more generally described as:na^{m}(a^{m})1namnandnbmb1nmbmnExamples:15^{2/3}315^{2}16^{1/2}2164MA-01 Page 78 Rev. 0