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Click the View full text link to bypass dynamically loaded article content. This chapter discusses fractional exponents, roots, and complex numbers. The expressions involving fractional exponents are just radical expressions. That is, fractional exponents are used to denote square roots, cube roots, and so forth.

Many of the formulas that describe the characteristics of objects in the universe involve roots. The formula for the length of the diagonal of a square involves a square root. The formulas that describe the changes in length, mass, and time for objects traveling at velocities close to the speed of light also contain roots. The chapter presents some simple roots and the correlation between fractional exponents and roots.

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