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Algebra 2 help? Adding and subtracting radical expressions... So lost

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i got a 100% on that
Wanna help me out?? :)
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\[7\sqrt{13x}-15\sqrt{2x}+2\sqrt{13x}-4\sqrt{2x}\]
like asking what is \[7y-15z+2y-4z\] exactly
Just combine like terms
How?
for example \(7\sqrt{13x}+2\sqrt{13x}=9\sqrt{13x}\)
and \[-15\sqrt{2x}-4\sqrt{2x}=-19\sqrt{2x}\]
yes
put them together and get \[9\sqrt{13x}-19\sqrt{2x}\] there is nothing more than can be done
since \(\sqrt{13x}\)and \(\sqrt{2x}\) are not like terms, you cannot combine them in one term
So that is all? Wow, that's much easier than I thought! Thank you so much! ;D
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like most math, it is easy when you know what to do

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