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    radical expression

    √200 + √70 + √300 =
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    Quote Originally Posted by bball20 View Post
    √200 + √70 + √300 =
    Hi bball20,

    \sqrt{200}+\sqrt{70}+\sqrt{300}=

    \sqrt{100 \cdot 2}+\sqrt{70}+\sqrt{100 \cdot 3}=

    10\sqrt{2}+\sqrt{70}+10\sqrt{3}

    If your objective is to produce the sum in simplest radical form,
    then this it it!
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