# SOLUTION: I'm stuck on this one. I need to simplify but can not remember how to do so. Can someone help?? {{{ sqrt(81x^8y^12z^20) }}}

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Radicals Question 74897: I'm stuck on this one. I need to simplify but can not remember how to do so. Can someone help?? Answer by tsuirakuakari(6)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Remember that everything that leaves a square root is the number or variable the square root is squaring. When an exponent is raised to a power, you simply multiply the current exponent by the power it is raised to. Example: is the same as Therefore, the final answer is: