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the expression 6 times radical 20 divided by 3 times radical 5 is equvilent to
1. 3 radical 15
2. 2 radical 15
3. 8
4. 4

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6√20/3√5
= 6√4√5/3√5
= 6x2√5/3√5
= 12/3
= 4

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