Posted by **dan** on Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 2:06pm.

I'm stuck on this one problem. The directions say:

Solve the following leaving the sq. rt. in it's simplest form:

sq.rt of 33+ sq.rt of 96 - sq.rt of 3 =

I think it can't be simplifed---am I correct? (the directions did say that some of the problems can't be simplified).

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