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Math Help - Radicals with different Radicands

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    Disregard this post please

    Accidentally double posted, please disregard this post
    Last edited by Alundblade; August 30th 2009 at 08:49 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alundblade View Post
    Hello all, Im posting here for the first time and need a little help with some work.

    Im trying to work on this problem

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    " alt="5\sqrt{72} - sqrt{32} + 6\sqrt{98}
    " />

    but im absolutely lost....

    Thanks for the help in advance,
    Aaron
    I need to know the problem -___-
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    now take a look, sorry bout that
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5\sqrt{72} - \sqrt{32} + 6\sqrt{98}<br />

    do you know that 5 times the square root of 72 is the same thing as the square root of 72 times 25? Id show it to you but I dont know how to type it like that
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