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    2√14 times 6√7
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    Quote Originally Posted by blame_canada100 View Post
    2√14 times 6√7
    \sqrt{14}=\sqrt{2} \times \sqrt{7}

    So it can be rewritten :
    2 \sqrt{14} \times 6 \sqrt{7}=12 \sqrt{14} \sqrt{7}=12 \sqrt{2} \underbrace{\sqrt{7} \sqrt{7}}_{=7}=\dots
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    Quote Originally Posted by blame_canada100 View Post
    2√14 times 6√7
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