simplify by factoring. Assume that all expressions under radicals represent nonegative numbers. sqrt50a^2b =sqrt25*2*a^28*b =sqrt25*sqrt2*sqrta^2*sqrtb =5a^2bsqrt2 have I got get?
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Originally Posted by Brama Bull simplify by factoring. Assume that all expressions under radicals represent nonegative numbers. sqrt50a^2b =sqrt25*2*a^28*b =sqrt25*sqrt2*sqrta^2*sqrtb =5a^2bsqrt2 have I got get? It would be easier to help you if you could put this into LaTex markup. For example, to get a square root: [tex] \sqrt{50} [tex] I really don't know if the a^2b is under the square root sign or not. By the way, you should write as [tex]a^{2b} [/tex]
Originally Posted by Brama Bull simplify by factoring. Assume that all expressions under radicals represent nonegative numbers. have I got get? .. Almost. You had some digits out of place there. I think I've cleaned it up for you now.
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