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What two numbers are represented by each of the following? 6+/ sqrt 6 6 plus or minus square root 6 not sure how to type the question. I think the answers are 6 + sqrt 6 6  sqrt 6 I'm just not sure what the question is
asked by Jet on May 20, 2011 
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How do you find a square root of a number that's not a perfect square? I'm very confused. The book doesn't explain it too well. You can approximate it or simplify it in terms of (products of) square roots of smaller numbers. E.g.
asked by Emily on February 12, 2007 
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Use Property 2 to simplify each of the following radical expressions. sqrt (10)/ sqrt(49) My answer: sqrt (10) / (7) THis next one i need help: Use the properties for radicals to simplify each of the following expressions. Assume
asked by jas20 on March 9, 2007 
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A person is on the outer edge of a carousel with a radius of 20 feet that is rotating counterclockwise around a point that is centered at the origin. What is the exact value of the position of the rider after the carousel rotates
asked by girly girl on March 22, 2018 
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Could someone show me how to solve these problems step by step.... I am confused on how to fully break this down to simpliest terms sqrt 3 * sqrt 15= sqrt 6 * sqrt 8 = sqrt 20 * sqrt 5 = since both terms are sqrt , you can combine
asked by Reggie on May 20, 2007 
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Directions are simplify by combining like terms. x radiacal 18 3 radical 8x^2 can someone show me how to do these types of problems. thanks I cant determine the second term. For the first, I think you meant x sqrt(18) which
asked by Jasmine20 on January 26, 2007 
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The geometric mean of two postitive numbers a and b is sqrt(ab). Show that for f(x) = 1/x on any interval [a,b] of positive numbers, the value of c in the conclusion of the mean value theorem is c = sqrt(ab) I have no idea how to
asked by Jen on November 5, 2006 
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Prove: [1/sqrt(2)] [sqrt(a) + sqrt(b)]
asked by Mirie on February 13, 2016 
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I asked a question and it was answered by Steve. He had the numbers wrong. The problem should be sqrt of 18 over (sqrt of 8)3. not sqrt of 18 3. I got 2+sqrt of 8. Is it correct?
asked by Robin on March 25, 2015 
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Rationalize the denominator, assume that all expressions under radicals represent postive numbers. sqrt:a  sqrt:b/sqrt:a + sqrt:b
asked by Smith on November 8, 2011