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help me math expression :/

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64-11

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wait what?
\[(8 +√11 )(8 –√11 ) \rightarrow 8*8-8\sqrt{11}+8\sqrt{11}-\sqrt{11}*\sqrt{11}\] which simplified you get \[64-11\] \[-\sqrt{11}*\sqrt{11}=-11\] the square root cancels out
oh i get that
yup just remember the FOIL concept and you will be good
okay i will so the answer then would be 64 +/11
No it would be 64 - 11
or 53
oh I see it got thankyou for your help :)
good eye @Snipa420 i didnt see the 53 option the answer is 53
Go for it
nope the answer would be A
first thing you must look at is the square root. you can see that they aren't the same when adding radicals together they must have the same radical.
we can see the 1st one is \[2\sqrt{6}\] and the 2nd one is \[3\sqrt{96}\] you now have to find 2 multiples that would equal 96 so you can remain with a \[\sqrt{6}\]
\[3\sqrt{16*6}=3\sqrt{16}*\sqrt{6}\rightarrow 3*4\sqrt{6}\rightarrow 12\sqrt{6}\]
and all you have to do is add them together You welcome anytime!!
now i can do the rest with no problem thanks again
yup

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