In this tutorial we learn how to multiply and simplify square roots. When you multiply square roots, you will first need to put them under one radical. From here, you will need to factor out what you have. Once you find a perfect square, find the square root of it. You can either write these as all separate equations or pull the perfect root on the outside of the other parts of the equation. Do the math until you find what you are left with. From here, you can do basic math to find what's left on the inside and outside of the square root to get the answer!
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