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Divide and simplify if possible.

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Combine the square roots so the entire thing is under one big radical. Then simplify what is inside of it.
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Close, but you need to keep it as a division problem. Take the square root of the entire fraction.
oh gotcha
|dw:1356772484638:dw| that right @LogicalApple
Yes, good so far! Now see if you can cancel any terms.
|dw:1356772604623:dw| that good?
Yes. And 250/2 = ?
yes so my final answer is...|dw:1356772711906:dw|
i ment 125 not 150
We can simplify it one step further. 125 = 25 * 5 Thus the square root of (125 x^15) is the same as sqrt(25 * 5 * x^15) = 5 * sqrt(5 x^15). See why?
yeah cause 5^3 is 125 so would it be..
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why 5 on the outside?
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gotcha
in the same manner \(\large 5\sqrt{5x^{14}.x}=5\sqrt{x^{14}}\sqrt{5x}=5x^7\sqrt{5x}\)
Yes what Goku said !
wait so is it...|dw:1356773379140:dw|
they both are same, the 1st one is more simplified.
What hartnn provided is the simplest (most simplified) version
oh gotcha now i see it thanks

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