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Perhaps because he didn't capitalize his name.
December 15, 2009

In your example, just multiply the coefficients in front of the square root of 3. That becomes the new coefficient. The answer is 96 sqrt3. If you are multiplying two square roots, you can multiply the numbers under the square root signs and put them under a single square root...
December 15, 2009

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