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sqrt t (5 sqrt 3-4)

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  1. anonymous
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    what is being asked for?

  2. anonymous
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    simplify

  3. anonymous
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    sqrt (t(5 sqrt(3-4)))?

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    whats the question exactly. use math formatting please

  5. anonymous
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    Like this? \[\sqrt{t \sqrt{3-4}}\]

  6. anonymous
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    the t isnt in parenthesis

  7. anonymous
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    hld on

  8. anonymous
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    so t* sqrt(5 * sqrt(3-4))?

  9. anonymous
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    sqrt t (5 sqrt 3-4) only t and 3 is in sqrt

  10. anonymous
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    Click the Equation button and write it like this: sqrt{ stuff inside the radical sqrt{this is a nested radical} }

  11. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt{t}(5\sqrt{3}-4)\]

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    \[\sqrt{t} (5 \sqrt{3}-4)\]

  13. anonymous
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    yes

  14. anonymous
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    Well that is pretty simplified as it is, but everything in the parentheses is a constant, so you could calculate its approximate value: \[4.66025\sqrt{t}\]

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    Or if they're just wanting you to distribute the sqrt(t), you could do this:\[5 \sqrt{3} \sqrt{t} - 4\sqrt{t} = 5\sqrt{3t}-4\sqrt{t}\]

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