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√225 = 15

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

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

5 root 3

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).

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radical 89 cannot be simplified.

The answer depends on the form of the radical expression.

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You can't simplify it any farther then that.

√225 = 15

Why is it important to simplify radical expressions before adding or subtracting? How is adding radical expressions similar to adding polynomial expressions? How is it different? Provide a radical expression for your classmates to simplify..

You can't simplify it more in radical form

It depends what power is associated with the radical.

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There has been a radical increase in the world's population.The process allows you to simplify a constant radical.(slang)That skateboard move was really radical, dude!

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