anonymous
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Simplify
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anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\sqrt{50x^{6}}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know how to find the answer..
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1340409134513:dw| K so we get all the factors of 50 and they are 5*5*2. We can only cancel out the 5's and bring them out cause there are 2 of them. Then for thex x^6 we can take them out (dividing by 2) and make them x^3. Answer- 5x^3sqrt"2"

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anonymous
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I don't get it..
anonymous
  • anonymous
K. First we have to find all the factors of 50. Can you do that?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@careless850 you there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm here sorry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
5*5 = 25.
anonymous
  • anonymous
25*2 = 50.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No prob. as you said, they are 5,5, and 2.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ALright.
anonymous
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\[\sqrt{5*5*2*x^6}\] now we are going to work with the numbers. With the numbers in the square root, you can only cancel a number and bring it to the left if it shows at least twice. Since 5 is shown twice, we can cancel that out, divide by two, and bring it to the left. \[5\sqrt{2x^6}\]
anonymous
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Ignore the divide by two I wrote, didn't mean to write that there.
anonymous
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|dw:1340409857822:dw|

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