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Find the product of √30 and 6√10. Express it in standard form (i.e., a√b. Enter the product of the coefficients followed by the product of the numbers under the square roots separated by a comma. How I solve for it 1*30=30 and 36*10=360 so my is answer is 1,30,36,10

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  1. √30 * 6√10
    = √3* √10 * 6√10
    = √100 * 6*√(3)
    = 60√3

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  2. √30 × 6√10 = 6√300 = 60√3

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