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In order to calculate this, you have to identify what you can take the square root of within 96. Two factors of 96 are 16 an 6, and 16 is a perfect square, because it is an integer that is a square of an integer, or 4 x 4. So: √ 96 = √ 16 x 6 = √ 16 √ 6 = 4 √ 6.

So 4 √ 6 is the square root of 96 written in radical form.

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