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Simplify the radical expression

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    can i help u@kropot72

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    \[\sqrt{14q}\times 2\sqrt{4q}\] Multiplying the terms under the square root signs gives: \[2\sqrt{56q ^{2}}\] 4 is one of the factors of 56. 4 and q^2can be taken out from under the square root sign (taking the square roots of both) giving: \[2\times 2\times q \sqrt{14}\]

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