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An expression such as root(3) + 2 (square root of 3, added to 2) can not be simplified. Of course, you can convert the square root to a decimal and then add, to get an approximate result.

Q: Can a non-radical number be added to a radical?

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Not necessarily. If it is the same radical number, then the signs cancel out. Radical 5 times radical 5 equals 5. But if they are different, then you multiply the numbers and leave them under the radical sign. Example: radical 5 * radical 6 = radical 30

A number under a radical sign is known as a radicand.

The number under the radical sign (also known as the radical) is called the radican.

Radical 2 is a number, it does not have a coefficient.

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Not necessarily. If it is the same radical number, then the signs cancel out. Radical 5 times radical 5 equals 5. But if they are different, then you multiply the numbers and leave them under the radical sign. Example: radical 5 * radical 6 = radical 30

A number under a radical sign is known as a radicand.

The number under the radical sign (also known as the radical) is called the radican.

Radical 2 is a number, it does not have a coefficient.

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A radical number is a number with a decimal. so a radical expression would be like 5 raised to the 2.5 power.

No. Radical(1.21) = 1.1, for example, is rational.

-The radical is the symbol that represents a square root. -The radicand is the number underneath the radical symbol. -The coefficient is the number out in front of the radical. (We assume that the coefficient multiplies the radical, the same way it would multiply with a variable.)

It can be.

If the number inside the radical is a perfect square or a ratio of perfect squares.

you have to square the outside number and then multiply it by the number inside the squareroot sign.