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Square roots of 2 multiply by square roots of 15
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\[\sqrt{2}* \sqrt{15}\]Is this it?
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Yes
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you can combine them because there are like terms. What makes them like terms is that both have square roots. You can do this
\[\sqrt{2} *\sqrt{15}\]\[\sqrt{2*15}\]
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Can you further simplify that? All you have to do is multiply 15 and 2
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Square roots 30
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Thanks
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yup good job
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If x>2,then x exponent 2 -x -6 is divided by x exponent 2 -4
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If x>2,then x exponent 2 -x -6 is divided by x exponent 2 -4