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simplify the radical.
Radical 120/3
a. 10 Radical2
b. 4 Radical10
c. 2 Radical10
d. 10 Radical4
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First, what you want to do is simplify the fraction inside the radical. So 120/3=?
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well I already simplified the fraction to 4Radical30/3. I don't know what to do after this.
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Simplify 30/3 lol.
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What does 30 divided by 3 equal?
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You could have also simplified 120/3 in the beginning to get radical 40 which would have made it radical 4 x 10 or 2 radical 10. Tell me if you don't understand.
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im confused..
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yes thank you!