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Simplify, Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Square Roots

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Simplifying Square Roots Square root is in simplest form when….. –The radicand of a square root does not have a perfect-square factor greater than 1. –The radicand of a square root is not a fraction. –The square root is not the denominator of a fraction.

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Simplifying Square Roots The radicand of a square root does not have a perfect-square factor greater than 1.

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Simplifying Square Roots –The radicand of a square root is not a fraction.

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Simplifying Square Roots The square root is not the denominator of a fraction.

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Adding and Subtracting with Square Roots Simplify The sums and differences of square roots with similar radicands can be simplified based on the distributive property. addition

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Subtracting with Square Roots The sums and differences of square roots with similar radicands can be simplified based on the distributive property. subtraction

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Multiplying with Square Roots Product Property of Square Roots: For all positive real numbers a and b,

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Dividing with Square Roots Quotient Property of Square Roots: For all positive real numbers a and b,

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