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Asked Feb 7, 2019
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Reducing radicals when they have two multipliers that are perfect squares such as √50. Both 25 and 2 go into it, so how do I reduce it?

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Step 1

To simplify a square root of a product of squares

Step 2

Consider the example shown above;we know the left-hand side is actually 6, and it matches with the calculation.

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Step 3

More generally, we can calculate the square root of a product as the pro...

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