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Q: What is -3 radical 2 radical 50?

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

50 = 2*25 so sqrt(50) = 5*sqrt(2)

1 squared radical 40 is equal to 1 squared radical (4 x 10), and this become 2 squared radical 10. By adding 2 squared radical10 with 3 squared radical 10 we get 5 squared radical 10.

5 radical 3 is just a number.So, asking this is the same as asking 'What are some equivalents to 3?' One could answer 2 * 3 / 2. But this reduces to 3.The situation is the same for your question. One could offer some multiple of 5 radical 3 as an answer but, being a multiple, it would reduce to 5 radical 3.radical 3 is approximately 1.732 but not exactly 1.732 so one cannot say, for instance, that 5 radical 3 = 5 (1.732) = 8.660. In fact, there is not way of expressing radical 3 with a finite number of decimal places. So no-one can write radical 3 = 1.732.... exactly.5 radical 3 is the best one can do.

3√2 is already in it's simplest form, but if you want to express it as a single radical, it would be: 3√2 = √(32)√2 = √(32 * 2) = √(9 * 2) = √18

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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 radical 2 (5√2)

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5 radical 2

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)

9*radical(3)/2 = 4.5*radical(3) = 7.794 approx.

√3 + √3 = 2√3

2 radical 30

D.2√3

5√2

36

50 = 2*25 so sqrt(50) = 5*sqrt(2)

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