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Q: Simplify the radical negative 40 square root 40?

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Get a calculator with the radical sign, press on whatever number you want to square root, and then press on the radical sign.

You can't simplify it more in radical form

You look for a perfect square and take it out of the radical (while taking the square root of it).

12^6

Since 242 is divisible by 121, which is a perfect square, you can simplify it to: 11 radical 2

Technically,no. A radical equation has a radical (Square root) in it, and has two solutions because the square root can be positive or negative.

You don't. If the negative sign is outside the radical, then you take the square root of the number and apply the negative. If the negative sign is inside the radical, you will have an imaginary number.

The radical form is √1300. It is possible to simplify that but the question does not require simplification.

The square root of 136 would be broken up into radical 4 and radical 34, because 4 is the highest perfect square that goes into 136 evenly, and radical 4 equals 2. So, your final answer would be 2 radical 34.

sqrt(27) = 3*sqrt(3).

I'm not quite sure, but when the number inside the radical (square root sign) is negative, there is a no real-number solution.

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√343 = √(7^2 x 7) = 7 √7

easy, lets take radical negative 3 for example. you can take out a "i" because i = the radical negative one. There fore the answer is i radical 3.

No steps are needed because it's a square number whose square root is 1000

There is no "radical square root". Radical means the same as root, it may specifically refer to the square root.

Radical(26)/Radical(5) 5.2 is the same as 52/10. So, to find the square root of this number, simplify the numerator and the denominator. The numerator becomes (radical(26)*radical(2)) and the denominator becomes (radical(5)*radical(2)). The radical(2)'s cancel out and you're left with radical(26)/radical(5).

√200 = 10√2. In order to simplify square roots, you find what factors of the number under the radical sign you can take the square root of. In the case of 200, its factors are 5 * 2 * 2 * 5 * 2. You can take the square root of 2 * 2 and 5 * 5, which are 2 and 5, respectively. 2 and 5 are on the outside of the radical sign, so you multiply them together to equal 10, while the remaining 2 stays under the radical.

you cant simplify a square root

You can't simplify that, since 370 contains no perfect square.

It is âˆš500. You could simplify it to 10âˆš5.

simplify the square root of 300 divided by the square root of 6

The square root of 125 in radical form is 5 x (square root of 5).

using basic math principles, you can't find the square root of a negative number because in order for a number to be a square root, you have to multiply it by itself to get your radical. since a negative times a negative and a positive times a positive are both positive, it is impossible to find the square root of a negative number

Radical 147 simplified is 7 radical 3. radical147= radical 49* radical 3 the square root of 49 is 7 therefore the answer is 7 radical 3