
simplifying radical

Hello,
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Originally Posted by
blame_canada100 2√14 times 6√7
$\displaystyle \sqrt{14}=\sqrt{2} \times \sqrt{7}$
So it can be rewritten :
$\displaystyle 2 \sqrt{14} \times 6 \sqrt{7}=12 \sqrt{14} \sqrt{7}=12 \sqrt{2} \underbrace{\sqrt{7} \sqrt{7}}_{=7}=\dots$

Quote:
Originally Posted by
blame_canada100 2√14 times 6√7
You might try a more easily seen color than this one. It is very hard to read.
Dan