Q: Parts of a radical expression

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Radical (3x) = radical(x) * radical(3).

To eliminate the radical in the denominator.

2 radical(8) = 4 radical(2)

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Radical (3x) = radical(x) * radical(3).

The answer depends on the form of the radical expression.

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A rational expression is an expression that contains a radical, i.e., a root.

10*radical(2).

A radical expression is an expression that involves a square root, cubic root, etc.

To eliminate the radical in the denominator.

The details depend on the specific radical expression. Normally, you'll want to: * Avoid a perfect square under a radical sign. Take it out, by separating the radical into two parts. Example: root (x squared y) = root (x squared) x root (y) = x root (y). * Avoid a radical sign in the denominator. If you multiply numerator and denominator by the same square root, you get an expression in which there are roots in the numerator, but not in the denominator.

6 radical 6

2 radical(8) = 4 radical(2)

It depends on what you mean by solve: simplify, evaluate or rationalise the denominator. The answer will also depend on the radical expression.