## anonymous 4 years ago Square roots of 2 multiply by square roots of 15

1. anonymous

$\sqrt{2}* \sqrt{15}$Is this it?

2. anonymous

Yes

3. anonymous

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}$

4. anonymous

Can you further simplify that? All you have to do is multiply 15 and 2

5. anonymous

Square roots 30

6. anonymous

Thanks

7. anonymous

yup good job

8. anonymous

If x>2,then x exponent 2 -x -6 is divided by x exponent 2 -4

9. anonymous

If x>2,then x exponent 2 -x -6 is divided by x exponent 2 -4

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