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    Another Radical Question

    1. The square root of 2 times (x+the sq root of 8)

    the sq root of 2 is outside the parenthesis

    My answer = x sq root of 2 + 4

    2. Rewrite using a radical then simplify: 8 to the power of 3\5

    3. Find the domain and rage of the function f (x) = Sq root of (3x+6)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dempc View Post
    1. The square root of 2 times (x+the sq root of 8)

    the sq root of 2 is outside the parenthesis

    My answer = x sq root of 2 + 4

    2. Rewrite using a radical then simplify: 8 to the power of 3\5

    3. Find the domain and rage of the function f (x) = Sq root of (3x+6)
    1.
    \sqrt{2}(x + \sqrt{8}) = \sqrt{2}x + \sqrt{2}\sqrt{8}

     = \sqrt{2}x + 2\sqrt{2}\sqrt{2}

     = \sqrt{2}x + 4


    2. 8^{\frac{3}{5}} = \sqrt[5]{8^3}

     = \sqrt[5]{512}


    3. You can only have the square root of a nonnegative number.

    So 3x + 6 \geq 0 \implies x \geq -2


    At x = -2, y = \sqrt{0} = 0, and y is increasing.


    So \textrm{dom}: x \geq -2, \textrm{ran}: y \geq 0.
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