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Examples : √ 56 (radical is in simplest form ) It is also defined as √ 4 . √ 5 or 3 . 5 √ 7 etc . To understand the nature of the radicals there are many properties of radicals as : (1):p√kn=k. (2):p√v.k=p√v.p√k. (3):p√v/k=p√v/p√k. There are some Examples that are explain the above properties : Example :( n√ kn property of radicals ) 3√ 27 = 3√ 27 = 3√ 3 * 3 * 3 = 3√ 33 = 3 ( answer ) Example : ( multiplication property of radicals ) 3 √48 = 3√ 6 . 8 = 3√ 6 . 3√ 8 = 2 . 3√ 6 . Example :√ 60 solve for finding the perfect square factor √ 60 = √ 4 * 15 = √ 2 * 2 .√ 15 = 2 √ 15 ( answer ) Example : ( division property of radicals ) √ 9 / 4 √9/4=√9/√4 =√3*3/√2*2

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= 3 / 2 ( answer ) Simplifying radicals calculator is used for simplifying the expressions in radicals that are entered by the user in the given text box . Radicals that are expressed in form of integer for the radicand are solved by the simplifying radicals calculator. Solutions for these radicals that are solved are coming as a whole number. 1. Evaluate:64−−√3 ? Step 1 : Here given number: 64 = 4 × 4 × 4 = 43 Step 2 : So, 27−−√3 = (4)(3×13) = 433 = 41 = 4 Answer : 4

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Radicals mean the roots and most of the time a radical is also known as radix in mathematics that is a Latin word. For defining the root of...