I've always wanted to excel in simplify power fractions, it seems like there's a lot that can be done with it that I can't do otherwise. I've browsed the internet for some good learning resources, and checked the local library for some books, but all the information seems to be targeted at people who already know the subject. Is there any resource that can help new people as well?

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