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Solve the following roots. Please explain the steps.

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\[\sqrt{54}\]
\[\sqrt{60}\]
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The idea is to factor the radicand into two factors where one factor is a perfect square (the largest perfect square possible)
Then you break up the root and simplify
\[\Large \sqrt{54} = \sqrt{9*6}\] \[\Large \sqrt{54} = \sqrt{9}*\sqrt{6}\] \[\Large \sqrt{54} = 3\sqrt{6}\]
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So \[\sqrt{60}= 3\sqrt{10}\]
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keep in mind that 60 = 4*15
So the answer is \[2\sqrt{15}\]
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So I am looking for the biggest possible number to go into it? Like \[\sqrt{64} = 2\sqrt{16}\]
64 is a perfect square
since 8^2 = 64 or 8*8 = 64
so \[\Large \sqrt{64} = 8\]
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\[\sqrt{72}= 2\sqrt{18}\]
find the largest perfect square that is a factor of 72
the perfect squares (up to 100) are: 1,4,9,16,25,36,49,64,81,100
So I have to use a perfect square every time?
yes, you have to factor the number into two numbers where one number is the largest perfect square possible
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