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# Some, but not all , equations with rational exponents have extraneous solutions. What is the relationship between the exponents and possibility of having extraneous solutions for equations with rational exponents? Explain your reasoning

Hint:

### write the reason

## The correct answer is: extraneous

**Complete step by step solution:**

The larger the exponent, the more likely to get an extraneous solution.

The larger the exponent, the more likely to get an extraneous solution.

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