B bball20 Sep 2009 47 0 May 20, 2010 #1 I am not sure how to multiply and simplify this problem: Sqrt 50 * Sqrt 54

rtblue Mar 2009 223 50 Birmingham, Alabama. May 20, 2010 #2 Multiply what is under the square roots together: \(\displaystyle \sqrt{50*54}\) is: \(\displaystyle \sqrt{2700}\) which becomes: \(\displaystyle \sqrt{900*3}\) and this simplifies to: \(\displaystyle 30\sqrt{3}\) Reactions: bball20

Multiply what is under the square roots together: \(\displaystyle \sqrt{50*54}\) is: \(\displaystyle \sqrt{2700}\) which becomes: \(\displaystyle \sqrt{900*3}\) and this simplifies to: \(\displaystyle 30\sqrt{3}\)