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simplify:
3sqrt(2)+5sqrt(4)+8sqrt(2)-2sqrt(6)

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    3sqrt(2) + 5sqrt(4) + 8sqrt(2) - 2sqrt(6)
    11sqrt(2) + 5*2 - 2sqrt(6)
    10 + 11sqrt(2) - 2sqrt(6)

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