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For problems 1–5, simplify the expression. Answers written in decimal form will not be accepted. Each of these problems is worth 1 point.
"v/" is a radical by the way
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1.v/96
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2. 8 v/63x^5
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3. v/128x^5y^2
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4. ^3v/32
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5. ^3v/56x^14
@poopsiedoodle
 2 years ago
For problems 1–5, simplify the expression. Answers written in decimal form will not be accepted. Each of these problems is worth 1 point. "v/" is a radical by the way ___ 1.v/96 ______ 2. 8 v/63x^5 ___________ 3. v/128x^5y^2 ___ 4. ^3v/32 ________ 5. ^3v/56x^14 @poopsiedoodle

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karatechopper
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0HELP HIM> @poopsiedoodle

ChristianGeek
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Break them down so that you have something inside the radical that you can simplify. For example: \[\sqrt{96} = \sqrt{16\times6} = \sqrt{16}\times \sqrt{6} = 4 \sqrt{6}\]

poopsiedoodle
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I already have that one, but the ones with the exponents on the outside and the variables are confusing the poopy out of me.
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