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Multiply Radicals - Algebra 1

by Jake
(Charlottesville, Virginia.)










































How do I simplify this: (10*the square root of 3)squared

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Apr 19, 2012
Multiply Radicals
by: Staff


Question:

by Jake
(Charlottesville, Virginia.)

How do I simplify this: (10*the square root of 3) squared


Answer:

[10 * √(3)]²

= [10 * √(3)] * [10 * √(3)]

= 10 * √(3) * 10 * √(3)]

= 10 * 10 * √(3) * √(3)

= [10*10] * [√(3)*√(3)]

= [100] * [3]

= 300


>>> the final answer: 300



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