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This is a continuation of our Part 1 quiz on learning to simplify and multiply radical expressions. Remember, a radical is simply an expression that uses a root such as the square root of or the cube root of. In this quiz we will be simplifying coefficients (or a number with a variable). For example: √40x.
You can see how we work the problem below.
Building upon the information you studied in Part 1, for each square root number shown below, find the simplified radical expression of the variable or coefficient using multiplication.
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