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What is the simplest form of the radical expression? 4 times cube root of 3x plus 5 times cube root of 10x

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  1. Argos
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    |dw:1357585807974:dw|

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    Yes that is the equation

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    ok

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  4. angelwings996
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    I am not sure what to do at all

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    |dw:1357585945546:dw|

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    Oh okay, I see how you did that. Would that be the answer ?

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    idk ask some others

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    i agree with agros solution return in the top

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  9. angelwings996
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    Would this be the answer though ? Is it in simplest form ?

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  10. shaik0124
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    yes the solution is in the simplest form of the radical expression because for a expression to b radical there should b no perfect square factors so from the resullt there is no perfect square factors

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    Okaay Thank you so much!

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