Divide and simplify. Assume that all expressions under radicals represent positive numbers. ^5√32b^10 243a^20
Divide and simplify. Assume that all expressions under radicals represent positive numbers. ^5√32b^10 243a^20
√128b+√12b
(a^4b^6)^3/5
Simplify the radical expression. All variables represent positive real numbers. squareroot of (b^4/4a^8)
Simplify the radical expression. Assume the variable is unrestricted. 4√(m + 4)^24 fourth root of (m+4)^24
Create your own radical expression, containing a numerical coefficient and two different variables, which can be simplified. Explain, in complete sentences, how you developed the expression, the process...
Create your own radical expression, containing a numerical coefficient and two different variables, which can be simplified. Explain, in complete sentences, how you developed the expression, the process...
learning operations with radicals. no logarithms please.
Help simplifying -10 / (4 minus square root of 3)
i need help
i always try to simplify it to a number
(4^(1/2)) (x^(1/6)) (y^(2/3))
simplify: (4-√3)^2
how do you multiply radical expressions? i need a step by step instruction
What are the steps?