Doug Simms online shows how to simplify the radical in a mathematical equation. If you need to brush up on your learning this video can help. Start by finding what is the largest square of the number in your radical. If that number can be solved then solve it, put the answer outside the box and the remainder in the radical. There are some great examples to follow including what to do if your number has a solution, or if there are two factors that your equation can create.
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