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In order to do these questions, you'll need to know some rules for multiplying radicals! One of them is that when you multiply two radicals you can combine them. So distribute the sq. root of 6 to the sq. root of 33 and 7. To combine the two radicals just multiply the inside numbers, so 6 * 33 = ? You're final answer should look something like sq. root of "X" < (number you found from multiplying) + sq.root of 6 +7
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u got a problem@elliotc
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