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\[\sqrt(27)+\sqrt(32)-\sqrt(75)\]

Sure, i can!
Do you know how to simplify radicals?

not really

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so i can get \[\sqrt16X2 = 4\sqrt2 ?\]

Yeah! Now try the third one

\[\sqrt75 = \sqrt5X15 = 5\sqrt5?\]

so \[aaaannnnnd`im lost\]

lol i'll guide you through

ok

64

64 goes into 75 evenly?

oh no 25

Good! Now what times 25 is 75?

So thats what goes under the radical:
\[\sqrt{75}= \sqrt{25 \times 3}= 5\sqrt{3}\]
Right?

ok what do i do now multiply them together?

\[3\sqrt{3}+4\sqrt{2}-5\sqrt{3}\]
Is that what you have so far?

yes

There are only 2 with the same base radical, so you can only simplify those

so i get \[8\sqrt3+ 4\sqrt2\]

Remember, it's 3-5, not 3+5

-2√3+4√2

is that my final answer?

Perfect

Yes it is

thnxs so much ^_^ now i can sleep ... eh maybe

No problem! Let me know if you need other help