I'm doing some extra math sheets and got stuck on this problem: u^2√(24uy^2)-4√(96u^5) Can someone please solve with steps so I know how to do it? Please & thank you
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u^2√(24uy^2)-4√(96u^5) = $\displaystyle u^2\sqrt{4y^2 \cdot 6u} - 4\sqrt{16u^4 \cdot 6u} = $ $\displaystyle u^2 \cdot 2y \sqrt{6u} - 4 \cdot 4u^2 \cdot \sqrt{6u} =$ $\displaystyle 2u^2\sqrt{6u}(y - 8)$
Originally Posted by skeeter $\displaystyle 2u^2\sqrt{6u}(y - 8)$ Don't you need $\displaystyle |y|~?$
Originally Posted by Plato Don't you need $\displaystyle |y|~?$ yes, you do ... but I didn't want to confuse things at this point.
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