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Multiply. (2-square root 2)(3 square root 6+1) Simplify your answer as much as possible.

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\[(2-\sqrt{2})(3 \sqrt{6}+1)\] \[6\sqrt{6}+2-3\sqrt{12}-\sqrt{2}\] \[6\sqrt{6}+2-6\sqrt{3}-\sqrt{2}\]
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so whats the simplified answer>???? all these numbers and square roots are confusing me!!!
any of the answers are right :/
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the numbers under the square root have to be the same to be considered like terms, since they are not, this is the solution (I put it in a box for you)
It just doesn't look simplified, but it is.
okay thanks so much!
anytime:)

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