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Simplify:

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**Square Roots and Simplifying Radicals**

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**Radical Sign (square root sign)**

Radicand Numbers or variables under the radical sign

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Prime Numbers …

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**Radicals are in SIMPLEST FORM when..**

1. No perfect square factors other than 1 are under the radical. No fractions are under the radical. No radicals are in the denominator.

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**When you have a pair, bring the number out.**

EX:1 Simplify. When you have a pair, bring the number out.

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**When you have a pair, bring the number out.**

EX:2 Simplify When you have a pair, bring the number out.

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EX:3 Simplify.

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EXTRA

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You try!

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**Variables as Radicands**

Even Exponent – ODD Exponent – Take HALF out (nothing left under the radical) Leave ONE under the radical and take HALF of the rest out

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Chapter 10.5 Notes Part I: Simplify Radical Expressions Goal: You will simplify radical expressions.

Chapter 10.5 Notes Part I: Simplify Radical Expressions Goal: You will simplify radical expressions.

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