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  • 5 years ago

Simplify: Radical 16r ^7 s^5+ 7r^2 Radical r^3s^5-7rs radical r^5s^3

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  1. anonymous
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    ok

  2. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt{16r^7s^5}+7r^2\sqrt{r^3 s^5}-7rs \sqrt{r^5s^3}\] you mean this?

  3. anonymous
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    im guessing each are different?

  4. anonymous
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    need clarification

  5. anonymous
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    yes i meant that \. I didn't know how to to type it

  6. anonymous
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    o.k, so first look at the radical sign

  7. anonymous
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    you want to grab pairs

  8. anonymous
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    so you can rewrite it as \[\sqrt{16r^6rs^4s}\]

  9. anonymous
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    for the first term

  10. anonymous
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    so just take each individual root

  11. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt{16}=4\]

  12. anonymous
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    one way to look at the r^6 is to divide the exponent by 2

  13. anonymous
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    you will do the same to the s^4

  14. anonymous
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    Ive done all of this correct, but i keep getting the wrong answer

  15. anonymous
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    we need pairs so we will have r and s inside the radical.

  16. anonymous
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    o.k, what are u getting?

  17. anonymous
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    What did you get?

  18. anonymous
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    ???

  19. anonymous
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    what is you final answer?

  20. anonymous
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    im getting \[4r^3s^2\sqrt{rs}\]

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