IN MATH: 1. n. a number raised to a fractional power (symbol , here printed with some of the inclusion bar); a root. EX. "" is read as "radical three x" or "the square root of three times x" or "the square root of the product of three and x."

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. strongly different; extreme. EX. Wearing a Mohawk is considered radical by some.
APPLICATION: See list 270.
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