how do u simplify radicals? 5x√75x^3
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$\displaystyle 5x\sqrt{75x^3}$ Does it look like this? If so look for squares in the radical. (3)(5)(5)(x)(x)(x) so $\displaystyle 25x^2\sqrt{3x}$
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Originally Posted by blame_canada100 how do u simplify radicals? 5x√75x^3 $\displaystyle =5x\sqrt{75x^3} $ $\displaystyle =5x\sqrt{5.5.3.x^2.x}$ $\displaystyle =5x.5x\sqrt{3x}$ $\displaystyle =25x^2\sqrt{3x}$
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