## anonymous 5 years ago simplify the given expression: square root of -6 (2+sqrt(-8) )??????

1. anonymous

What is sqrt(-8) ?

2. anonymous

$\sqrt{-6\left( 2+\sqrt{-8} \right)}$

3. anonymous

is that it?

4. anonymous

sqrt means square root i dont no how to make the sign so i use the words

5. anonymous

That's fine, but I'm saying what is the value for the square root of -8

6. anonymous

no, the square root sign is over -6 and then in the parenthesses is (2+ the square root of -8)

7. anonymous

$\sqrt{-6}(2+\sqrt{-8})$

8. anonymous

That it?

9. anonymous

$2+2isqrt{2}$ is your right side simplification

10. anonymous

11. anonymous

... So are you gonna just keep posting all your homework questions and not work with someone to solve them or what?

12. anonymous

if you have a problem you can not reply

13. anonymous

simple as that

14. anonymous

15. anonymous

I have a wide array of possible options in front of me.

16. anonymous

o ok have fun idc waht you do