they cancel each other out. the square root of 5 raised to the second power = 5
3 sqrt (3)Put the radical where the "sqrt" is with the second 3 inside.
There is no "radical square root". Radical means the same as root, it may specifically refer to the square root.
It is the perfect square of that number.
If the radical is the square root of a quantity, then yes.
16 radical 3
square root of 85 is 9.2195444 but the in the simplest radical is square root of 5 times square root of 17
radical expressiona radical expression
5 radical 2
2 radical 23
2 radical 13
No it is not, because there are no integers that give a value of 50 when raised to the second power.