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\[\left( 3\sqrt{10+4} \right)\left( 4\sqrt{10-5} \right)\] simplify in radical expression.

3*4=12
10+4=14
10-5=5
14(5)=70
\[12\sqrt{70}\]

I tried that answer, not the right answer.

it is the right answer

are you sure you type the question in correctly?

yes i am sure.

you are entering this into like a online quiz?

it has to simplified into radical form.

No, it's online hw.

It's the only one I can't get.

Would you like me to show you the practice question? and give you the answer?

\[\left( 2\sqrt{6+3} \right) \left( 3\sqrt{6-4} \right)\]

2(3)=6
6+3=9
6-4=2
6(3)sqrt(2)
=18sqrt(2)

answer is 24+\[24+\sqrt{6}\]

Haha that's the answer it's giving me.

24+sqrt(6)?

Lol yea

multiplication for sure.

ask your teachers.
these solutions don't make sense

there has to be a mistake or something

It's annoying me. I always get 100% on the hw. Except for this one.

It's due by midnight

you have class tomorrow?

does it show you how to work the problem, jason?

yea, but with weird examples that don't relate to it.

Hold on, lemme get that for you.

\[\left( \sqrt{5} +\sqrt{2}\right) \left( \sqrt{2} +3\right)\]

answer is:
\[\sqrt{10} +3\sqrt{5} + 2 + 3\sqrt{2}\]

yes i made a mistke up there one sec

sqrt(5)sqrt(2)+sqrt(5)3+sqrt(2)sqrt(2)+3sqrt(2)
=sqrt(10)+3sqrt(5)+3sqrt(2)+2

so maybe our problem was suppose to look like this

What seems to be the problem then? :/

On that practice question, I don't get how they got 24 +(sqrt)6

so what did it say we are suppose to get?

blank + (sqrt) blank

the answer to that second one was 24+(sqrt)6

omg i figured out the problem they meant

....? :]

so they have (2sqrt(6)+3)(3sqrt(6)-4)=24+sqrt(6)

yea, how did you get that?

okay try to entrt 100+srt(10)

OMG!

Thank you. Please elaborate?

lol this is the problem they meant:
(3sqrt(10)+4)(4sqrt(10)-5)

ohhhhh my god. really? I didn't even see that. I'm sorry.

how could you see it when it was written wrong or in the homework wrong

you should totally tell your teacher of this mistake

Thank you so much for the help, and I will do that. I have a quiz tmrw.