I know how to simplify √125. That equals 5√5. I am confused when the m^7 is added to √125m^7

I know how to simplify √125. That equals 5√5. I am confused when the m^7 is added to √125m^7

3√-27 A.) 9 B.)-3 C.)5 D.)±3

x2y√xy5 A.)x2√xy7 B.)√x5y7 C.)x4y6√xy D.)x2y3√xy

√96x2y A.)4xy√6 B.)4x2√6y C.)4xy2√6 D.)4x√6y

√ = square root symbol also I am not entirley sure how to simplify this could use the help

Note 3x + 1 are the only numbers inside the square root I don't understand i really need the help

Trying to figure this out but the answers my teacher provided are not adding up (pun). If I am multiplying and then simplifying an expression, how does cube root of 6x times cube root...

-4√2+4√3

simplifying radicals 3sqrt(7)/sqrt(20x)

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i need to find the distance in simplest radical form.

√27x5y3

So the problem I have is (x-4)2/3=100. I used the "help me solve this" feature and it gave me: ((x-4)2/3)3/2=+-(100)3/2 and that gave me: x-4=+-1000 I...

I found this expression in a math textbook and couldn't simplify it.

In Algebra 1 I am given the following problem: Simplify: (7 - √5)2 Please help me.

Woud you please help simplify and solve: √x (√9 - 4/3) = √25

How would I solve this radical equation with extraneous solutions?

I need to be able to simplify this problem completely while also showing a step by step process.

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When you multiply by the conjugate you still have 1 minus cube root of radical 9 in denominator. How do you get rid of radical in denominator?