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Give examples of simplifying radical equations ad solve them.



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saifoo.khan
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\[\sqrt{100}\]How about that?

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10?

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can you give a harder one please

saifoo.khan
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Wait no. that's simple.
Try \(\sqrt{45}\)

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Slow openstudy. _

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Break 45 into prime factors!

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\[\sqrt{45}\]\[\sqrt{9 \times 5}\]\[\sqrt{3 \times3 \times 5}\]

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Now since 3 got a pair, take it out of the radical:
\[3 \sqrt 5\]And you're done.

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Thanks ! :)