# Algebra 1B

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I really need help with this but I'm not sure if I'm going to put it in the correct form.
The problem says to multiply and simplify by factoring. Assume that all expressions under radicals represents nonnegative numbers. Simplify your answers. Type in radical forms.

3 with the square root sign over y^13 multiplied by 3 with the square root sign root sign over 16y^14
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