Posted by **William** on Friday, January 1, 2010 at 6:47pm.

the expression 4ab(square root of)2b-3a(square root of)18b^3+7ab(square root of)6b is equivalent to...

(a)2ab(square root of)6b

(b)16ab(square root of)2b

(c)-5ab+7ab(square root of)6b

(d)-5ab(square root of)2b+7ab(square root of)6b

Please help its due monday!

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