1. ## [SOLVED] Surds

Q.simplify: $\sqrt {x^3} + \sqrt x - \sqrt 4x$

thanks

2. Originally Posted by waven
Q.simplify: $\sqrt x^3 + \sqrt x - \sqrt 4x$

thanks
Your LaTeX is ambiguous, do you mean:

$\sqrt {x^3} + \sqrt {x} - \sqrt {4x}\$ ?

Then take out the common factor of $\sqrt{x}$ (or if you mean something slightly different, still take out the common factor)

CB

3. Originally Posted by CaptainBlack
Your LaTeX is ambiguous, do you mean:

$\sqrt {x^3} + \sqrt {x} - \sqrt {4x}\$ ?

Then take out the common factor of $\sqrt{x}$ (or if you mean something slightly different, still take out the common factor)

CB
oops yea thats what i meant and could you explain it in more steps i still dont quite understand it