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\[\sqrt[3]{20}+\sqrt[2]{5}\]
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@Nnesha are you going to help or just stare at the question?
Rule #1: Be nice:)
\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Mahent1 \[\sqrt[3]{20}+\sqrt[2]{5}\] \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\) first of all are you sure its square root of 5 ? \[\sqrt{ } \] simple radical sign means square root no need to write 2
i copied it from the question
Have you tried attempting the problem? If so, what was your answer?
|dw:1438988429502:dw| :=)
Exactly what's the question here? Looks like you cannot simplify any further.
take a screenshot. o^_^o
i need it in simplest form
Like you want \(\sqrt[3]{20}+\sqrt5\) in decimal form?
because you can't really simplify it.
here's what it says: What is \[3\sqrt{20}+2\sqrt{5}\] in simplest form A 5√5 B 5√25 C 14√5 D 8√5
o^_^o ^
well, this clears things up
what are the factors of 20 ?
1, 2 , 4, 5 ,10, 20 ?
As to what Nnesha has said, it does simplify.
OP initially typed \(\sqrt[3]{20}+\sqrt5\), which cannot be simplified.
alright one of the number should be perfect square so 4,5 looks good :=) \[\huge\rm 2 \sqrt{\color{reD}{4} \times 5} + \sqrt{5}\] 1st) take square root of 4 which is = 2 \[\huge\rm 2 \times \color{reD}{2} \sqrt{ 5} + \sqrt{5}\] multiply the numbers front of the sqrt{5} and then take out the commmon factor
4?
\[\huge\rm 4 \sqrt{5} + \sqrt{5}\] what is common factor ?
√5?
yes right so take it out \[\sqrt{5}(???)\] when you take out sqrt{5{ from 4sqrt{5} what would u have lef?
4
yes right so when you take out sqrt{5} from sqr{5} what would have left?
nothing?
|dw:1438989226123:dw|
nothing is not an answer :=) bascally you need to divide both terms by common factor \[\frac{ 4\sqrt{5} }{ \sqrt{5} } + \frac{ \sqrt{5} }{ \sqrt{5} }\] \[\sqrt{5}(4+???)\] sqrt{5} divide by square root 5 ??
1
yes right so nothing is not an answer :=) \[\sqrt{5}(4+1)\] = ??
4+1=5
yes right so final answer is ?
5√5?
:=)
that's right! :=)
ok thanks...
my pleasure :=)

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