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It is useful to memorize the perfect square numbers (1, 4, 9, 16, 25...) so that when you see one of them, you can immediately simplify it. Here we look at fractions involving the perfect square numbers and how to simplify them, being precise with placement of negative signs, how and when to reduce, and which parts of the fractions are (and are not) under a root.
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Simplifying Radical Expressions
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