Posted by **courtney** on Sunday, May 20, 2007 at 9:46pm.

how do you multiply a radical with a regular number ? for example:

4radical2 ( 2+ 2radical3)

first term:

4sqrt2 * 2= 8sqrt2

second term

2sqrt2 * 2 sqrt3= 2*2 * sqrt (2*3)

= 4 sqrt6

first term:

4sqrt2 * 2= 8sqrt2

second term

2sqrt2 * 2 sqrt3= 2*2 * sqrt (2*3)

= 4 sqrt6

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