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Square Roots and Simplifying Radicals
Radical Sign (square root sign)Radicand Numbers or variables under the radical sign
Prime Numbers …
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.
When you have a pair, bring the number out.EX:1 Simplify. When you have a pair, bring the number out.
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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Simplifying Radical Expressions
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