A square root can be expressed as a fraction 1/2 and vice versa. So,

25^{1/2} = √25 = 5.

I found an answer from orbitaldebris.jsc.nasa.gov

Orbital Debris Quarterly News **25**-1

Mar 4, 2021 **...** through 1,000 **values** of starting mean anomaly to see what fraction of such objects could ... of **25** nights of observations are completed that cover a portion of the. GEO belt in RA/Dec ... 2020-082A. TIANTONG-**1 2**. CHINA.

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I found an answer from www.quora.com

How can we prove that **25**^(**1/2**) =5? - Quora

You would, and it's true as 4= 2^2, and 8 =2^3, and 2=2^1 Lining in this order produces 2^**1, 2**^2, 2^3= 2, 4, 8 **25**^0=1 **25**^1=**25** Thus **25**^0.5= a **value** between 1 ...

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