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Q: What is the root of 27 in radical form?

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

sqrt(27) = 3*sqrt(3)

The square root of 28 in simplified radical form is...2 * Square root of 7

You can't simplify it more in radical form

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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).

sqrt(27) = 3*sqrt(3)

Three times the fifth root of three.

The square root of 28 in simplified radical form is...2 * Square root of 7

That IS the simplest radical form.

The square root of 125 in radical form is 5 x (square root of 5).

You can't simplify it more in radical form

it is just root 106... it doesnt go any further in radical form

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