Simplifying Radical Expressions

madelynnnnnn

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Okay its says- Simplify. Assume that all variable are nonnegative real number.

The problem is:
2 on the left sign of the squaroot sign and 75 in the squaroot sign

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2 V 75 / <<<thats the best illustration i can do on the computer the v with the bar and the / is suppost to be a squareroot sign [/list][/code]
 

Denis

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madelynnnnnn said:
Okay its says- Simplify. Assume that all variable are nonnegative real number.
The problem is:
2 on the left sign of the squaroot sign and 75 in the squaroot sign
Type that like this: 2sqrt(75)

25*3 = 75; so we have: 2sqrt(25*3) ; OK?

What's the square root of 25? 5, right?
So we have 2*5sqrt(3) ; OK?

So final answer is: 10sqrt(3)
 
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