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Q: What is 3 radical 6 times radical 6?

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First, note that radical 4 is 2. So 3xradical 4 is just 6, Now we have 6+2 radical 3. You can't do much with this except factor out a 2 if you want 2(3+Radical 3)

radical 3 or 6

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radical 30

12 radical 6 x 6 radical 6 = 72 x 6 = 432

The square root of 12 may be simplified to 2 times the square root of 3.

30

12 radical 2 you multiply 6 and 2 :)

Radical(27) can be simplified to 3*radical(3), so the correct answer is 6*radical(3).

6 radical 6

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1 over 2 times radical 6

3^3*radical(128) = 3^3*radical(2^7) = 3^3*radical(2^6*2) =3^3*2^3*radical(2) = 216*radical(2).

radical (64/3) or 8/sqrt(3)

If we read this carefully, what you're asking for is (4 of something) minus (1 of the same thing). The result is 3 of them . . . 3 radical 6.

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√6 - 4√6 = 1√6 - 4√6 = (1 - 4)√6 = -3√6

10.3923, approx.

1 over (3 times the square root of 6)

3root(6)+5root(2) you really answered it yourself!

It can not be simplified any more. To the nearest hundredth, 6.71

If, by "3 radical 27" you mean the cuberoot of 27, the answer is YES. If you mean 3 times sqrt(27), the answer is NO.

3 times the square root of 2

-3*radical(2)*radical(50) = -3*radical(2*50) = -3*radical(100) = -3*10 = -30