Can someone explain the steps to squaring a radical similar to the one below? 2√3 Also, if I were to square: 9x/3 , what steps would I take? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by smiffstarr Can someone explain the steps to squaring a radical similar to the one below? 2√3 Also, if I were to square: 9x/3 , what steps would I take? Thanks.
Originally Posted by smiffstarr Can someone explain the steps to squaring a radical similar to the one below? 2√3 Also, if I were to square: 9x/3 , what steps would I take? Thanks. Hi smiffstarr, Remember, when you square a square root, you simply remove the radical sign. When you square a fraction, you square both the numerator and denominator, then simplify.
Originally Posted by smiffstarr Can someone explain the steps to squaring a radical similar to the one below? 2√3 Also, if I were to square: 9x/3 , what steps would I take? Thanks. by this do you mean: if so the rule is so
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