Q: What is 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)

Parts include the index, the radicand, and the radical.

6 radical 6

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

The answer depends on the form of the radical expression.

radical expressiona radical expression

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.

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2 radical(8) = 4 radical(2)

Parts include the index, the radicand, and the radical.

6 radical 6

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