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shaniehh
 one year ago
When simplified, what is the value of
shaniehh
 one year ago
When simplified, what is the value of

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radar
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1\[\sqrt{(9\times5\times i ^{2}}\]That is the same as \[\sqrt{45}\]if we go by the information you have provided. Now just remove the the perfect squares by putting the roots outside the radical this would resut in: \[3i \sqrt{5}\]You may arrange that in the order you or your teacher prefers.
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