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The coefficient is the number placed before a variable, or variables.

As for the exponent: taking the square root of a number is the same as raising it to the power 1/2, so you can consider the exponent to be 1/2.

Edit: So coefficient is ./3 and exponent is 1/2

Q: What is the coefficient and the exponent of the square root of 3b?

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