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2√10 times 3√12 radical expression?

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    2*3 = 6 and √10 * √12 = √120 = 6 √120 now you can simplify √120 by finding its prime factors and checking for perfect squares

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    Do i have to simplify the 6 too?

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    nope

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    Oh okay

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    120 = 2*2*2*3*5

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    can you make a square number out of these factors?

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    i only have one answer that have 6 on the outside of the square root which is 6√120

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    no by the way

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    and the others are 12√60 5√120 and 12√30

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    ok the square number in the factors is 2*2 = 4 and √4 is 2 so we can write √120 = √4 √30 = 2√30 finally the simplified form is 6 * 2 √30 = 12√30

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    do you follow what I have written ?

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    Thank You So Much ! :T And Yes

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    yw

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