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Q: What is 6 radical 2 times radical 2?

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√18

√2 x √2 = (√2)2 = 2

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

It is 6*sqrt(2)

Since 60 can be factored to 4 times 15, then radical 60 equals 2 times radical 15.

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√2 x √2 = (√2)2 = 2

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