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Q: What is the simplest radical form for 162?

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That IS the simplest radical form.

sqrt(162) = sqrt(81*2) = sqrt(81)*sqrt(2) = 9*sqrt(2).

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4*SQRT(13)

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It is 9*sqrt(2).

That IS the simplest radical form.

sqrt(162) = sqrt(81*2) = sqrt(81)*sqrt(2) = 9*sqrt(2).

when there is no radical in the denominator

It's already in simplest radical form.

Radical 33 is the simplest form, it cannot be simplified any further.

sqrt(162) = 9*sqrt(2)

if you mean what is square root of 200 in its simplest radical form its 10*21/2

Is it 31 radical 43? If it is then it is in simplest form.

150/162 = 25/27

117/162 = 13/18

That is the simplest radical form of the actual fraction, 7/4 ===

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