Q: What is the simplest radical form of 33?

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if you mean what is square root of 200 in its simplest radical form its 10*21/2

15√10

√74

√149

√58

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I'll use parentheses here to signify radicals... (132) = (4x33) = (4)x(33) = 2(33), which seems to be the simplest form. So, your answer would be 2 times the squareroot of 33.

That IS the simplest radical form.

It's already in simplest radical form.

when there is no radical in the denominator

simplest form of 33 percent = 33%

The simplest radical form of x is just the square root of x.

5/33 is in its simplest form.

50/33 is in its simplest form.

33/100 is in its simplest form.

14/33 is the simplest form.

if you mean what is square root of 200 in its simplest radical form its 10*21/2

40/33 = 17/33