## Answer: 3^{3/2} in radical form is √3^{3} = √27

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**Explanation:**

An expression that uses a root, such as a square root, cube root is known as a radical notation.

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**Explanation:**

As per the __Power Rule__ of Exponents,

(a^{m})^{n}= a^{mn}

Thus, 3^{3/2} can be written as (3^{1/2})^{3 }

=> (3^{1/2})^{3} = √3^{3} (since, √x is expressed as x^{1/2})

Now to express in radical form, we must take the square of the number in front of the radical and placing it under the root sign:

3^{3/2 }= 3 √3 = √3 ^{3} = √27

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