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how do i subtract 2 radical 15 - 5 radical 2?

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  1. phi
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    depends what you are doing. You can write it as \[ 2\sqrt{15}-5\sqrt{2} \] which is as simple as you can get it. However, you could use a calculator and change it to an (approximate) decimal number.

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    Ohh alright, then I'm probably doing something wrong on my math problem :/

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