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adding radicals such as `2sqrt3+7sqrt3`

adding radicals such as `2sqrt3+7sqrt3`

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adding radicals such as `2sqrt3+7sqrt3`

Postby admin » Thu 24 March, 2011 14:15

To add radicals with with the same values under the square root such as `2sqrt3+7sqrt3` because we have `sqrt3` in both terms, we can write it as `2+7sqrt3` which is `9sqrt3`

to solve `5sqrt(x^2) + 2sqrt(x^2)` it can be written as `2+5sqrt(x^2)=7sqrt(x^2)`
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