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Write a radical in which the radicand consists of a coefficient and a variable. Use a coefficient that can be simplified best using the greatest perfect square method. Then, simplify the radical completely.

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  1. Brad1996
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    \[7\sqrt{a}\]

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  2. rebeccaskell94
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    Do you always talk to yourself?

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    lol XD

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  4. Brad1996
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    uhh what?

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  5. mud116
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    is there an easier explanation as what the heck your learning?

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  6. Brad1996
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    Simplifying Radical Expressions

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    :D

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    its friggin algebra 1 lol

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  9. mud116
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    ahhhhhhhh i FAILED algebra 1

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  10. mud116
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    lol jk jk bro I'm actually in it right now

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    u do this yet?

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    I only passed bc they let me retake a test in my first semester. I finished with a D- the first sem and D+ the second

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  13. mud116
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    WOW i finished with a C on my first and now i think i might finish with a C- on my last not much difference lol

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  14. rebeccaskell94
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    I'm in Alg II with a C+

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  15. Brad1996
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    i have an 80% cause of OS lol

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    wow brad you little cheapskape

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    whatevs bro

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    lol xD

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    I suggest you find somebody who DOESN'T suck at algebra to help you cuz if i help you this will end up looking like a polynomial

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    dang it mud who here is smart?

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  21. Brad1996
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    found answer dont bother with it any1 :)

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    \[\sqrt{125x} = 5\sqrt{5x}\]

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    if you want one that simplifies to \[7\sqrt{a}\] then \[\sqrt{49a} = 7\sqrt{a}\]

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