anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the product of (4 sqrrt3-6 sqrrt2)(3 sqrrt3+ 2 sqrrt 2)
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
(4rt(3)-6rt(2))(3rt(3)+2rt(2))=36*3+8rt(6)-18rt(6)-12*2
anonymous
  • anonymous
108-24-10rt(6)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Saubhik none of the muiltiple choice answers are this sorry but thanks for trying .. and chaguanas im not sure what you mean by that.. also what i mainly need to know is hwhen i do the square roots times eachother like 3 and 2 square root does that become square root 6
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry thats 36-24-10rt(6)=12-10rt(6).
anonymous
  • anonymous
excuse the silly mistake..
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks that is an answer haha :] im gonna try doing it now
anonymous
  • anonymous
do it fast and win in life!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
The question was:\[\text{ what is the product of (4}\sqrt{3}\text{ - 6}\sqrt{2}\text{)(3}\sqrt{3}\text{ + 2}\sqrt{2}\text{) } \]Answer:\[12-10 \sqrt{6} \]

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