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Multiply: 2√11 • 8√22 Help please?

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The answer you need is \[2\sqrt{11} * 8\sqrt{22}=16\sqrt{242}\]
.......the simplified version...that is not simplified. that is just multiplying it.
I don't know how to simplify it.
i cant simplify that any further 242 = 2*11*11 - theres no perfect square in the factors
sorry 176sqrt(2), typo
Well these are the answers im given 64√22, 176√2, 8√11, and 10√33.
Oh thank you viodhora. :D
welcome:)
can you answer another one for me just one?
sure
√6 (7√3 + 6)?
To simplify it?
Yes sir! :)
All I'm getting is \[3\sqrt{2}(7+2\sqrt{3})\] if that's the answer that suits you:)
Umm im afraid not..thanks anyway ill try to do it my self. :)
Do you have answer choices for that last question?^
i agree with michaelarose
Yes maam. 21√2 + 6√6 126√2 7√18 + 6√6 7√108
it's the third one
Wowzers, that is not what I got haha. Sorry :D
Yep...there is so many ways to do these kinds of equations...Its very confusing..But thanks anyway! :D
Haha, yep! Good luck!(:
Thanks. :)
aah yes sqrt11 * sqrt11* 16 * sqrt2 = 176 sqrt2 - i missed that!!

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