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sqrt(3a)+16asqrt(3a)===>17sqrt(3a)
there is no xtra A
why? where does it goes?
sqrt(3a)+8sqrt(12a^(3)) Pull all perfect square roots out from under the radical. In this case, remove the 2a because it is a perfect square. sqrt(3a)+(8*2asqrt(3a)) Multiply 8 by 2a to get 16a. sqrt(3a)+(16a)sqrt(3a) Remove the parentheses around the expression 16a. sqrt(3a)+16asqrt(3a)
Yeah, that's the correct answer
and the way it should be written...
the a goes before the root not after it
the answer is \[\Huge \sqrt{3a}(16a+1)\]
I don't disagree
its the same thing in a different form
No, tht isnt same!
Whose online test are you taking this time?
there is a extra 'a'
someone's ;)
There's no extra a dummy
I mean guru
the right amount of a's are there
so if it's the right answer, there could never be an extra a, if there was it would be one a too many and it would be wrong
in the photo u can see, its 16root(3a) a. because of that last a, u cant add them!
Yes, you're right, you can't add them...so factoring out the sqrt(3a) was a good step....
hmmm! :(

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