This video shows how to multiply similar radicals. The basics of doing this is to multiply the root of the radicals. For instance, if you have the cubed root of 14 multiplied by the cubed root of 3, you would only multiply the root numbers. Thus, your answer would be the cubed root of 42. The exercises in this video show a few basic examples, but they can help you down the road when completing more complex problems that involve multiplying similar radicals.
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