Q: How do you simplify the radical square root of 27?

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So I assume you mean the square root and square root of 27=square root of (9x3)=3(square root (3))

27

If you actually mean "square root of 27", then the answer is 3√3

sqrt(27) = 3*sqrt(3)

square root of 27 plus the square root of 75

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So I assume you mean the square root and square root of 27=square root of (9x3)=3(square root (3))

27

If you actually mean "square root of 27", then the answer is 3√3

Radical(27) can be simplified to 3*radical(3), so the correct answer is 6*radical(3).

3 sqrt (3)Put the radical where the "sqrt" is with the second 3 inside.

It is 24*sqrt(3).

The radical symbol, otherwise known as the "square root sign", lets you take the nth root of any number.Any number can be placed above, and slightly to the left, of the square root sign, to indicate the nth root. For example, the cube root of 27 is 3.The number inside the square root sign (that which you are finding the square root of), is called the radicand.

sqrt(27) = 3*sqrt(3)

sqrt(27) = sqrt(9*3) = sqrt(9)*sqrt(3) = 3*sqrt(3)

Assuming you mean, 3 + √(27 ÷ 3) then 3 + √9 3 + 3 6

The square root of 27 plus the square root of 5 = 7.4322204