can someone please help me? i need to simplify this radical... square root of 15a^8 b

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can someone please help me? i need to simplify this radical... square root of 15a^8 b

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take out all the perfect squares
a^4 sqrt(15b)
dont you first have to find out what perfect square number times a regular number wud give you 15?

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like there is no perfect square that can be multiplied to equal 15.
\[\sqrt{15a ^8b}\]
yes; 15 has no perfect square factors :)
Okay. so what can i do?
8/2 = 4 so pull out a^4
sqrt(a^8) means a^8/2 :)
so ull end up with \[\sqrt{15a ^{4}}b\]
pull out the a's sqrt(a^8) = a^8/2 = a^4 a^4^2 = aa^8
\[a^4\sqrt{15b}\]
i got you.
so that wud be you answer.
your***?
it would; yes
thank you. so much.
yw
wait. one question. just wanted to be sure... \[\sqrt[2]{1000}\] is 100 right?

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