You look for a perfect square, among the factors of 44 in this case. Then you take that part out of the radical sign.
208 and 312 among others.
878, among others.
The profits available for the distribution among the shareholders of a company as dividend are called divisible profits.
You look for a perfect square among its factors; if you factor it into prime factors, you would look for a repeated prime factor. Then you take that factor out of the root sign (taking the square root of it, while you do it).
Since 50 contains no perfect square among its factors, you can't simplify the root of 50.
Because it is divisible by 3, among other numbers.
No, becasue it is divisible by 3, among other numbers. A prime number is only divisible by 1 and itself.
120 and 124, among others.
Perfect competion lowers the cost of good and services by increasing the competition among firms.
The idea is to find a perfect square among its factors, such as two square, three square, etc. In this case, the square root of 68, root(68), equals root(4 x 17) = root(4) x root(17) = 2 root(17).