Posted by Kim on Thursday, May 28, 2009 at 8:36pm.
How do I transform this into simple radical form... I have no idea how to do this could you please tell me the logic behind how you do this and step by step thanks
(5^(1/2)3^(1/2))^2
thanks again
Also can you tell me how to transform this one into radical form also
18^(1/2)3(50)^(1/2)+5(80)^(1/2)2(125)^(1/2)

Math  bobpursley, Thursday, May 28, 2009 at 9:11pm
on the first, FOIL it.
on the second
18=9*2
50=25*2
80=16*5
125=25*5
Notice I factored out the squares, this will leave you with two terms, sqrt2, and sqrt5 terms.
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