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Write in radical form.

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@geoffb can you help me write it in radical form please?
@eyust707 can you help me write it in radical form please?

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@Spectrum can you help me write it in radical form please?
What is that left of \(\large\frac{2}{3}\)?
|dw:1354942793437:dw| @geoffb
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I wrote how to write it in radical form but don't know if it right.
Rewrite the original equation. Just neater.
\[r \frac{ 2 }{ 3 } t \frac{ 1 }{ 3 }\] Write in radical form.
Your answer was really close.
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Okay thanks! (:

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