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What is √200-√36?

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    I think it's 6.

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    I know the 2nd one is 6

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    and the first one is 14.14

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    Yup, I want to know how to do it in radical not decimal, thanks though

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    Square root 200 = \[10\sqrt{2}\] Square root 36 = 6 So in the end it is: \[10\sqrt{2}-6\] Is the answer. Or if you want, take square root 2 =1.41 And, 10(1.41)-6 14.1-6 = 8.1 is your answer.

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    Thanks Vengeance921!

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    That's what I did. The 14.1-6. But i didn't know if that was right.

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