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how do I go about trying to solve this problem
(6 square rootof 5 +2 square root of 7)

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  1. What is the problem? There is no equals sign, no directions?

  2. I need to firqure out this and solve it
    (6 square root of 5+2square root of 7)(8 square root of 7-6 square root of 5)=

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    posted by patti
  3. (6sqrt5+2sqrt7)(8sqrt7-6sqrt5)
    6*8 sqrt35 -36*5 + 16*7 - 12sqrt35
    combine like terms, and you have it.

    check my work, I did it in my head.

  4. I need to fiqure out how to start the working of the problem and then simplfy it before solving it

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