Posted by **lupupa** on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 6:25am.

Simply:

(a) Four multiply by square root of seven open bracket two multiply by the square root of three plus three multiply by the square root of six minus the square root of seven close bracket.

(b) open bracket three multiply by the square root of seven minus the square root of two close bracket squared.

(c) sixteen multiply by the square root of twenty four divided by four multiply by the square root of ninety six.

(d) Seven divide by the square root of twenty minus four divided by square root twelve.

(e) Three multiply by the square root of two minus five multiply by the square root of three divided by the square root of eight.

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