Algebra II

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simplify by factoring


is this correct?


  • Algebra II -

    √90 = √(3²*10)

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    thank you :)

  • Algebra II :) + note on √ -

    You're welcome!

    the square-root sign can be represented using the character combination:
    & r a d i c ;
    but without the spaces in between.
    What you posted probably came directly from MS Word which does not use the same character codes. This will make the message intelligible and delay responses to your question.

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