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Math Help - Radical inside a radical?

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    Radical inside a radical?

    I know how to simplify radical expressions for the most part, but then they threw in a radical inside the radical and frankly i have no idea what to do.

    Im supposed to simplify this expression:


    Can you explain to me how to simplify these kinds of problems?
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    Hello, Bad@math!

    Is there a typo?
    . . . ._
    2 - √5 is negative.

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    Don't make double posts. It confuses everyone and wastes the helpers time

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    lol im so stupid... turns out i didnt pay careful attention to the radical's extent. It actually was a fairly easy problem.
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