Radicals

Terra Hedgecock
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Radicals
1 Adding and Subtracting Radicals
1.1 The only way you can add and subtract radicals is if they have the same square root
1.1.1 2 examples of adding and subtracting radicals:
2 Simplifying Radicals
2.1 Simplifying radicals is exactly what it sounds like, you are putting a radical into it's simplest form
2.1.1 For example: √125 is not in it's simplest form, it's simplest form is 5√5. You put it in its simplest form by-
3 Multiplying Radicals
3.1 When multiplying radicals you multiply the squareroots by each other and the numbers out side the squareroot by each other, after that you simplify your answer.
3.1.1 For example:
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