Algebra
posted by Cassie .
Which radical expression is in simplified form?
a.11y/sq rt 3
b.sq rt 6/5y
c. sq rt 17/sq rt 4
d.sq rt 25/81
I think it might be B...not positive though...?

I agree with you, it is B

Thank you

Simplifying Radicals quick check answers.
1.D=2*square root of 35
2.B=4n^4square root of 3n
3.A=15c^2 square root of 3
4.B=square root of 6/5y
5.D=20*square root of 5
these are the answer just made a 100% with them trust me. 
they're correct^ just took the test myself
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