Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, March 25, 2008 at 3:50pm.

Just need some help...

Directions:

Multiply or raise to the power as indicated... Then simplify the result. Assume all variables represent positive numbers.

1. 5(square root of 6) times two-thirds(square root of 15)= 3 one-third (square root of 90)= (This is where i am stuck...) 3 one-third (square root of 9) (Square root of 5) (Square root of 2) which would = 9.9 (square root of 5) (Square root of 2)

2. -4 square root of a times 3 square root of a= You would get -12, but what do you do to the a's... Thanks!!!

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