A radical expression is a numerical expression or an algebraic expression that include a radical.
See below 2 examples of radical expressions.
$$ \sqrt{x^2 + 5} \ and \ 10\sqrt[5]{32} $$
A radical expression can also have fractions
There are 3 important pieces in any radical expressions. These are the radical sign, the radicand, and the index.
If the index n is even, the radicand a must be nonnegative for the root to be a real number.
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