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Find the exact value of the radical expression in simplest form. sqrt(144) - sqrt(40) - sqrt(10) 1. sqrt(94) 2. 3sqrt(10) sqrt() = square root

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You already know the square root of 144. At least I hope you do.
12, but that doesn't help me. /:
Yes, it does, because now you have reduced it to: 12 - sqrt(40) - sqrt(10)

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Yes, but that results in 8.8377223398.
Oh wait! Nevermind, thank you.
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That's now how you're supposed to express the solution.
I thought for a moment 12 - sqrt(40) - sqrt(10) was one of the answers that I had the choice to take, but it was wrong.
I* was wrong. The other choice was 12 - sqrt(10).
Are you sure one of the answer choices wasn't 12 - 3sqrt(10)?
Yes, there was. I should've seen that, but I forgot that sqrt(40) is just double sqrt(10) so then it's 3 times that. Thank you.

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