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    simplifying radicals

    6√15-(2-3√60)
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    Quote Originally Posted by blame_canada100 View Post
    6√15-(2-3√60)
    Note that \sqrt{60}=\sqrt{4\cdot 15}=2\sqrt{15}

    Thus, the expression becomes 6\sqrt{15}-(2-6\sqrt{15})

    It should be easy to take it from here.

    I hope this makes sense!

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