algebra

what is the simpliest form of the equation
3 sqrt 750 + 3 sqrt 2058 - 3 sqrt 48
possible answers
14 3sqrt6
17.5 3sqrt6
33 3sqrt6
10 3sqrt6

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  1. ∛750 = ∛√125√6 = 5∛6
    √2058 = ∛343∛6 = 7∛6
    √48 = √8√6 = 2∛6

    so we have (5+7+2)∛6 = 14∛6

    use cbrt(n) or cuberoot(n) for ∛n
    sqrt means square root.

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  2. Thank you so much for the help

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  3. the answer was 10 3sqrt6

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  4. oops. I added 2 instead of subtracting. Clever of them to include that wrong choice!

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  5. Interesting...I turned mine in and it said 14 3sqrt6 was correct.

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  6. The answer is D for 3.

    1.C
    2.A
    3.D
    4.B
    5.C
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    Lesson 3 Binomial Radical Expressions Unit 2

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  7. 1 is wrong for the above answer, the answer is actually a. Just looking out but thanks for the other answers.

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  8. Correct Answers For Binomial Radical Expressions Quick Check:
    1.) A
    2.) A
    3.) D
    4.) B
    5.) C

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  9. do you have the unit 3 lesson 4 quiz answers

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  10. thank you satanaicqueen6 ilysm

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