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    Simplify the Expression : Radical Terms.

    I've tried to do this problem like a thousands times and I just cant get it, can someone people help me? its

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    and all it says on my math homework is to Simplify the Expression. someone please help!! =(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samantha456 View Post
    I've tried to do this problem like a thousands times
    Please reply showing what you have tried, so we can "see" where you are having difficulty in simplifying the radical product.

    Quote Originally Posted by Samantha456 View Post
    all it says on my math homework is to Simplify the Expression.
    And those instructions should have been sufficient to tell you what you needed to do. Since they weren't, please make sure to study the material in the lesson in the above link, so you understand what they mean by this.

    Then note that:

    . . . . . 5 \sqrt{10} \sqrt{35}\, =\, 5 \sqrt{10\times35}\, =\, 5 \sqrt{2\times 5\times 5\times 7}

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