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How do I solve Radical square root.
Such as 11 times the square root of 196 divided by 9 times the square root of 256

  • TAG. Math - ,

    Is it
    11√196/(9√256)

    or

    11√196/9 *√256

    anyway √196 = 14 and √256 = 16

    I am sure you can do the rest

  • TAG. Math - ,

    11ã196
    -------
    9ã256

    I know to do the square roots. I come up with

    154
    -----
    144
    My problem is what to do now. Do I divide? And do I need to simplify because it is a radical?

  • TAG. Math - ,

    so it reduces to 77/72 or 1 5/72

  • TAG. Math - ,

    thank you

  • TAG. Math - ,

    So the line doesn't stand for division?

  • TAG. Math - ,

    of course it does.

    any fraction is really a division of the numerator by the denominator

    e.g. 5/8 = 5 ÷ 8 = 0.625

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