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Simplify: sqrt(x^5 y^2)+sqrt(9xy^2)

is the answer sqrtx(x^2y+3y)

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asked by Shawn
  1. Yes, that is one way of writing it.
    Another would be y(x^2+3)sqrtx

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    posted by drwls

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