# Math

1. put the products inside the radical and then extract perfect squares (if you're working with square roots)

sqrt(30)*sqrt(6)*sqrt(10) = sqrt(30*6*10) = sqrt(2*3*5*2*3*2*5) = sqrt(2^2*3^2*5^2*2) = 2*3*5*sqrt(2) = 30sqrt(2)

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