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January 6th, 2017, 10:01 AM   #1
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Simplifying Radicals

could someone explain this to me or send me to a video that would explain it? thanks
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$\dfrac{\sqrt{18}}{3} = \dfrac{\sqrt{9\cdot 2}}{3} = \dfrac{3\sqrt{2}}{3} = \sqrt{2}$
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they're radical man!
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$\sqrt{dudes}$

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Thanks, sorry that I did not make my question make more sense, I was more curious of how the the 3 was used in the problem. Thanks for not attacking me on this as I really would have googled and watched these videos before just have not found this kind of problem.
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$\sqrt{dudes}$

Are you saying you would root these dudes?
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Are you saying you would root these dudes?
"Radical" dudes ...
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"Radical" dudes ...
Owie Mommy! My brain hurts!

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Add the following radical expressions
where a > 0

√36a+√25a+√16a
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