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Simplify Radical Expressions











































square root (a^3)(b^2)-(a^2)(b^3)

simplify the variable expression by factoring, rewriting as products, and removing variables from under the radical sign where possible.

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Feb 09, 2012
Simplify Radical Expressions
by: Staff


Question:

squareroot (a^3)(b^2)-(a^2)(b^3)


Answer:


√[(a³)(b²) - (a²)(b³)]

= √[a²b²(a - b)]

= ab√(a - b)




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