Jaylen A.

asked • 07/18/21

Put a factor back into the square root: 7*√10 6*√x

7*√10

6*√x


Thank you so much for all of your help!!!

Mahmut S.

We have a degree of 2 for square root, that is the reason 7 become 7^2 when going into the root, then we get square root of 7^2 * 10
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Jaylen A.

It would be sqrt of 36x
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Jaylen A.

Because you multiply 6 by 6 to get 36, and you multiply that by x. Thanks bro!!!
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Mahmut S.

Great, I am proud of you. Now we both know that you learn that
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