Simplify each expression by using the Quotient Property of Square Roots:
a)

c)

b)

d)

(a)
To find:
To simplify
Consider the following expression,
Quotient Property of Square Roots:
For
From the above number,
The perfect square of 9 is 3. That is,
The perfect square of 16 is 4. That is,
Therefore,
(b)
To find:
To simplify
(c)
To find:
To simplify
(d)
To find:
To simplify
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