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Q: What is the square root of ten over the square root of forty?

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Multiply the thirty and the twelve together to get three hundred and sixty. Now you have the square root of three hundred and sixty. Then take out any square roots you know. In 360, the obvious choice is 36. Take the square root of 36, six, out of the square root. When you take thirty-six out, you are left with the square root of ten. You now have six square root of ten.

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