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Multiplying Radicals of the Same Root - Problem 4 377 views

When multiplying radicals, we can multiply the numbers outside the radicals, then multiply the numbers inside the radicals, and then simplify. When simplifying a radical, we aim to break it into a product of factors, one of which is a perfect square. The root of the perfect square then just becomes an integer.

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