Posted by Lavern on Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 12:08pm.
please help
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(2ã74ã2)(5ã7+10ã2)

math problem  Steve, Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 1:22pm
Assuming your garbled symbol means √, we have
(2√7  4√2)(5√7 + 10√2)
just think of these as polynomials in x and y
(2x4y)(5x+10y) = 10x^2  40y^2
letting x = √7 and y = √2, we have
10(√7)^2  40(√2)^2 = 10*740*2 = 10
Some work could have been saved by noting that
(2√7  4√2)(5√7 + 10√2)
= 2(√72√2) * 5(√7+√2)
= 10(√72√2)(√7+2√2)
= 10(78)
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