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Rounded to the nearest hundredth it is 4.47.

45FACA57-3855-13AD-00A0-DC9A1D4691B5

1.03.01

Algebraically, the expression cannot be simplified any further since there is no perfect square (except 1) that goes evenly into 5. It is not like 2 root 8 where 4 (= 2*2) divides into the 8 and we can simplify root 8 to 2 root 2.

Q: What is the simplified expression for 2 radical 5?

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5 sq rt of 2

Sqrt(20) = sqrt(5)*sqrt(4) = 2*sqrt(5)

6x - 7

To simplify an expression you must combine the variables and the constants. Then write the simplified version of the expression so that the expression isn't solved, just simplified. 1a+2(a+5)=2a+7

There is no equation, only an expression. An expression can be simplified but cannot be solved.

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5 radical 2 (5√2)

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6âˆš5 + 2âˆš5 - 7 = 8âˆš5 - 7, which cannot be simplified.

2√20 - 3√7 - 2√5 + 4√63 = 2√(4 x 5) - 3√7 - 2√5 + 4√(9 x 7) = 4√5 - 2√5 - 3√7 + 12√7 = 2√5 + 9√7

just round off the number after the decimal if it is above 5.

Expressed as a surd in its simplest form, 5 sqrt(20) = 10 sqrt(5).

5/(8 + âˆš7) = (40 - 5âˆš7)/57 is the rationalised equivalent.

5 sq rt of 2

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3 radical 5

Sqrt(20) = sqrt(5)*sqrt(4) = 2*sqrt(5)

sqrt(3) x sqrt(15) = sqrt( 3 x 15 ) = sqrt( 45 ) = sqrt( 9 x 5 ) = 3 sqrt(5)