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Question 1 of 4
1. Question
Simplify
`5sqrt2sqrt18`
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A radicand is the number under the square root symbol.
Terms with the same radicand are like terms. We can evaluate the coefficients of like terms.To simplify, the terms need to have the same radicand.`=` `5sqrt2 color(darkviolet)(sqrt18)` Find two multiples of 18 where one is a perfect square. `=` `5sqrt2 color(darkviolet)(sqrt9) xx sqrt2` `color(darkviolet)(9)` is a perfect square `=` `5sqrt2 color(darkviolet)(3)sqrt2` Evaluate the coefficients of like terms (same radicand).`=` `color(royalblue)(5)color(forestgreen)(sqrt2) color(royalblue)(3)color(forestgreen)(sqrt2)` `=` `(color(royalblue)(53))sqrt2` Evaluate `=` `2sqrt2` `2sqrt2` 
Question 2 of 4
2. Question
Simplify
`5sqrt3+7sqrt32sqrt3`
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A radicand is the number under the square root symbol.
Terms with the same radicand are like terms. We can evaluate the coefficients of like terms.Evaluate the coefficients of like terms (same radicand).`=` `color(royalblue)(5)color(forestgreen)(sqrt3) + color(royalblue)(7)color(forestgreen)(sqrt3)color(royalblue)(2)color(forestgreen)(sqrt3)` `=` `(color(royalblue)(5+72))color(forestgreen)(sqrt3)` Evaluate `=` `color(royalblue)(10)sqrt3` `10sqrt3` 
Question 3 of 4
3. Question
Simplify
`4sqrt3+8sqrt35sqrt2`
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A radicand is the number under the square root symbol.
Terms with the same radicand are like terms. We can evaluate the coefficients of like terms.Evaluate the coefficients of like terms (same radicand).`=` `color(royalblue)(4)color(forestgreen)(sqrt3) + color(royalblue)(8)color(forestgreen)(sqrt35)sqrt2` `=` `(color(royalblue)(4+8))color(forestgreen)(sqrt3)5sqrt2` Evaluate the coefficients `=` `12sqrt35sqrt2` `12sqrt35sqrt2` 
Question 4 of 4
4. Question
Simplify
`12sqrt3sqrt317sqrt2`
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A radicand is the number under the square root symbol.
Terms with the same radicand are like terms. We can evaluate the coefficients of like terms.Evaluate the coefficients of like terms (same radicand).`=` `color(royalblue)(12)color(forestgreen)(sqrt3) – color(royalblue)(1)color(forestgreen)(sqrt3)17sqrt2` `=` `(color(royalblue)(121))color(forestgreen)(sqrt3)17sqrt2` Evaluate the coefficients `=` `11sqrt317sqrt2` `11sqrt317sqrt2`
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