Posted by **jerson** on Wednesday, April 14, 2010 at 7:39am.

i'm having difficulty understanding radicals.. I don't know how to type the radical sign on here so i'll use parenthesis instead

like for instance 17+34 (192)/34

how would u solve that.. also how do u decipher the two multiples of 192 since it's not a perfect square?

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