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Simplify by first writing in radical form.

$16^{3 / 4}$

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1 of 3We need to simplify the given expression using radicals. To do so, we need to first express it in radicals. The given expression can also be written as

$\sqrt[4]{16^3} \quad \text{Apply $a^{1/n} = \sqrt[n]{a}$}$

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