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1.Add and simplify all expressions...

1.Add and simplify all expressions under the radicals rep non-negative #: (2)sqrt y + (3)sqrt y

2.Sqrt x+4=-9

3.Mult: (3)sqrt y^7 * (3)sqrt 16y^8

4.Simplify: (3) sqrt 343/216

5.Subtract: 7sqrt 75 – 2 sqrt 3

6.Simplify: 36^3/2

7.Find the length of the triangle, b=12 & c=15 a=

8.(2)sqrt3 * (4) sqrt 5

9.Simplify: (6) sqrt x^-24

10.X can rep an real number: sqrt x^2 -10x+25

11.Subtract: radicals represent non- negative #’s (3)sqrt24x- (3)sqrt3x^4

12.R=(2)sqrt 5L used to approx.the speed r, in miles per hour, of a car that left skid marks of length L, How far will the car skid at 20mph?

13.(3)sqrt -512x^3

14.Simplify by factoring: (3)sqrt40x^8

15.Divide:(3)sqrt 250 / (3) sqrt 2

16.Multiply:(5-sqrt 6)(3+sqrt 6)

17.a+b can be any real #: (412)sqrt (a+b)^412

18.sqrt 3x^3 * sqrt 6x

19.Mult:(sqrt11 + (5)sqrt3)(sqrt

20.simplify:(6^7/10)^2/5

21.mult.(sqrt3)((-6)sqrt3+3)

22.(4)sqrt y-7=2

23.(3)sqrt xy

24.A 10 inch TV refer to the diagonal of the screen. A 10in TV width is 8in what is the height?

2.Sqrt x+4=-9

3.Mult: (3)sqrt y^7 * (3)sqrt 16y^8

4.Simplify: (3) sqrt 343/216

5.Subtract: 7sqrt 75 – 2 sqrt 3

6.Simplify: 36^3/2

7.Find the length of the triangle, b=12 & c=15 a=

8.(2)sqrt3 * (4) sqrt 5

9.Simplify: (6) sqrt x^-24

10.X can rep an real number: sqrt x^2 -10x+25

11.Subtract: radicals represent non- negative #’s (3)sqrt24x- (3)sqrt3x^4

12.R=(2)sqrt 5L used to approx.the speed r, in miles per hour, of a car that left skid marks of length L, How far will the car skid at 20mph?

13.(3)sqrt -512x^3

14.Simplify by factoring: (3)sqrt40x^8

15.Divide:(3)sqrt 250 / (3) sqrt 2

16.Multiply:(5-sqrt 6)(3+sqrt 6)

17.a+b can be any real #: (412)sqrt (a+b)^412

18.sqrt 3x^3 * sqrt 6x

19.Mult:(sqrt11 + (5)sqrt3)(sqrt

20.simplify:(6^7/10)^2/5

21.mult.(sqrt3)((-6)sqrt3+3)

22.(4)sqrt y-7=2

23.(3)sqrt xy

24.A 10 inch TV refer to the diagonal of the screen. A 10in TV width is 8in what is the height?

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