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It's the second...no hang on, it's the first...I could be wrong, but it might be the third...

It looks like my psychic abilities are failing me again, you'll have to list the radical expressions before I can answer for certain.

Q: Which of these radical expressions simplifies to x?

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The square root of 5 radical 68 simplifies to 34 radical 5.

A rational expression is an expression that contains a radical, i.e., a root.

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

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A radical is an exponent, stupid.

Radical expressions are called like radical expressionsif the indexes are the same and the radicands are identical.

Why is it important to simplify radical expressions before adding or subtracting? How is adding radical expressions similar to adding polynomial expressions? How is it different? Provide a radical expression for your classmates to simplify..

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radical(14)*radical(2) = 2*radical(7) Without further information available we will consider only the square roots. The square roots of 14 are +3.741 and -3.741, similarly the square roots of 2 are+1.414 and -1.414 and so we can have four products 1) (+3.741) X (+1.414) = +5.155 2) (-3.741) x (+1.414) = -5.155 3) (+3.741) x (-1.414) = -5.155 4) (-3.741) x (-1.414) = +5.155 Expressions 1 and 4 are equal, expressions 2 and 3 are equal. Hence the product of radical 14 times radical 2 can be +5.155 or -5.155

The square root of 5 radical 68 simplifies to 34 radical 5.

No. Radical(9) is +3 or -3, both of which are rational.

A rational expression is an expression that contains a radical, i.e., a root.

Suppose the expression under the radical sign is y. Then the first step is to simplify y. Next find a term (or expression) x, such that y = x^2*z for some term (or expression) z. Then x*sqrt(z) is a simplification of sqrt(y).

A radical expression is an expression that involves a square root, cubic root, etc.

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