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What are Fractional Indices
Before studying what fractional indices are, it is important to understand the three laws of indices first. GCSE IGCSE maths exams often contain questions with fractional indices and it is therefore important you understand this maths topic. Look at the following two maths videos and learn step by step what Fractional Indices are and how to convert them into roots. In the first video I will show you the relationship between fractional indices and roots after which you can attempt to solve the example maths questions in the second maths video. If you during your maths revision still do not understand what fractional indices are, then let me know on Facebook or Twitter or by posting a message on the forum on the homepage of this site and I will help you with your maths.
