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Q: What is the simplified radical expression of 44?

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You can multiply the radicands together if the radical is the same. So, the answer is radical 13*17=radical 221

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√44 = √(4 x 11) = √(22 x 11) = 2√11.

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Expressed as a surd in its simplest form, 5 sqrt(20) = 10 sqrt(5).

Since it is an integer, 44 simplified is just 44.

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5/(8 + âˆš7) = (40 - 5âˆš7)/57 is the rationalised equivalent.

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