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-- Recognize that 48 is the same as 16 x 3 .

-- Substitute 16 x 3 in place of 48 .

-- Take the square root of 16 and move it out of the square root, to multiply the 3 .

Q: How do you simplify 3 times the square root of 48?

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sqrt(-48) = sqrt(48)i = sqrt(16x3)i = 4sqrt(3)i

sqrt of 36 is 6, 6x8=48... 48

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Using Pythagoras it is 48 times the square root of of 2

48 is not a square number, so the square root of 48 is irrational and can not be represented as a whole number.

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4 times the square root of 3.

sqrt(48) sqrt(4^2 * 3) 4sqrt(3)

sqrt(-48) = sqrt(48)i = sqrt(16x3)i = 4sqrt(3)i

Square root of 48 equals the square root of 16 times 3; square root of 16 is 4. so one forth times 4(sq root 3) equals the sq root of 3.

4 times the square root of 3

It is simplified as 4 times the square root of 3. Hope this helps! dancinggirl25

sqrt of 36 is 6, 6x8=48... 48

-34.641 (rounded)

The square root of 48 is a rational or irrational

It is the square root of 48 times 4 which is about 27.713 rounded to three decimal places

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Two times the square root of three plus five times the square root of three plus four times the square root of three equals eleven times the square root of three.