Algebra 1

sqrt 15y * 3 sqrt 81y

Simplify the radical expression

My answer is 27 sqrt 15y^2

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  1. sorry copied answer wrong 27y sqrt 15

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  2. My answer is 27 sqrt 15y^2

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  3. yes that is correct

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