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Simplify the expression with radicals $\left(\sqrt[3]{4}\sqrt{2}\right)^2$

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Plotting: $\sqrt[3]{\left(2\right)^{4}}\cdot 2$

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Main Topic: Radical Expressions

Radical expressions are those expressions that include a radical, which is the symbol for calculating a root.

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