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check for corrections on my problems
1.Rewrte the following in simplified radical form, Assume all variables represents positive real numbers: square root 48y^10= 4y^5 square root 3
2.Rationalize the denomintor and simplify: square root33/square root 21= square root77/7
3.Solve for y: 6/(y+1)(y+6)=4+3/y+6=y=-7,-3/4

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    PLEASE CHECK MY QUESTIONS SOON! I'M ON A DEADLINE, AND I TRULY NEED YOUR HELP!!
    Thanks

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    1. correct

    2. correct

    3. if your equation is 6/(y+1)(y+6)=4+3/(y+6)
    then you are correct

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    Thanks Reiny, You have been a blessing for me checking my answers.

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    10^1,64

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