# Algebra

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Rewrite the following in simplified radical form.
(sqrt24w^8)

I got 4w^2sqrt6w

is that right?

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√(24w^8) = √(4* 6 * w^4 * w^4) = 2w^4√6

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thanks for the clarification I forgot to bring the 4 out as a 2

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