The expression
1.can be multiplied because
Expressions with radicals can be multiplied or divided as long as the root power or value under the radical is the same.
resulting in ?
2. and just for fun how in the world would you divide
?
The expression
1.can be multiplied because
Expressions with radicals can be multiplied or divided as long as the root power or value under the radical is the same.
resulting in ?
2. and just for fun how in the world would you divide
?
And lastly these two examples, they will both have the same radicand and index.
Do these look correct as well?
1.
2. If this one is correct it would seem that the number will always be just a regular . Because to divide the radicands and index's have to be same. Since the index's must be the same when you subtract one from the other it will result in 0.