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6sqrt25x^3*sqrt4x^3

simplifying radicands first:
6√25x^3 * √4x^3
6*5x√x * 2x√x
60x^2*√x√x
60x^3
or, multiplying inside the radical first:
6√(25x^3*4x^3)
6√100x^6
6*10x^3
60x^3
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