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We have three 3’s, so we circle the 3’s. We have 3 x’s and 3 y’s so we circle these. y y We pull out one ‘3’, one ‘x’, and one ‘y’ from the radical and these are all multiplied together as usual. There is nothing left under the radical. com The Algebra 2 Tutor Section 9 – Simplifying Radical Expressions Question Answer 14) Simplify the cubed root: 3 125t 7 27 s 6 3 125t 7 3 27 s 6 Begin. Any Quotient under a cubed root can be rewritten as the cubed root of the numerator divided by the cubed root of the denominator.

All items pulled out of the radical are multiplied together. The remaining ‘t’ stays under the radical. 3 3i s i s 23 The Algebra 2 Tutor Section 9 – Simplifying Radical Expressions 5t t 3s 2 Our radical tree in the denominator shows that we should pull out a 3 and two ‘s’. All items are multiplied together and there is nothing else left under the radical. Perform the multiplications outside of the radicals.

We work with the numerator and denominator separately. We will simplify them separately then do the fraction division later. Numerator: 3 5 125t 7 5 For the numerator and denominator, we write our radical tree. Since we are dealing with cubed roots, we are looking for triplets of numbers/variables. com 5it it ( t) Our radical tree shows that in the numerator we should pull out a single 5 and two t’s. All items pulled out of the radical are multiplied together. The remaining ‘t’ stays under the radical.