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What is the simplified product of (√3)(√6)=

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\[\sqrt{a}\sqrt{b} = \sqrt{ab}\]
9√2 √18 3√2 3
\[3\sqrt{2}\] You got it.

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I do not know which answer it is
Oh, well look here. You see my first post?
3√2
Here: \[\sqrt{3}\sqrt{6} = \sqrt{3 * 6}\]
Now what do you have?
3
√3+ √12
that is my simplified answer
4.24175
No, please stop doing this. That is not what we are looking for.
Follow me step by step. What is: \[\sqrt{6 \times 3}\]
This is my last assignment for this term.................I do appreciate the help honestly I do.
what mr.qpha?
\[\sqrt{6 \times 3} = \sqrt{18} = \sqrt{ 3 * 3 * 2} = 3 \sqrt{2}\]
2.44 =√6
\[\sqrt{18}\]
I feel so stupid
Don't ever feel stupid. It just takes seeing it over and over to realize what's happening. It's building blocks. I was in the same place, I promise you that ;)
well I am almost 50yrs old and never learned algebra in high school
so did I get it right?
I have a 4.0gpa but now this term because of Algebra
Yes, but sqrt(18) simplifies though. What I do is called a "prime factorization".
not this term that is
I cannot thank you enough!
I have more.................problems to solve
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Since you're multiplying 3 by itself under a SQUARE root....then the 3 can just come out. Leaving the 2 by itself. So you have: \[3\sqrt{2}\]
I got it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my light bulb just clicked on...
ok I am gonna close this one out so I can post another.

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