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posted by Mia .
is radical 9*4 = radical 9 * radical 4 ? Justify

√((9)(4))
= √36
= 6
or
√((9)(4))
= (√9)(√4)
=(3i)(2i)
= 6i^2
= 6(1)
= 6
so what do you think?
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