How do you know when can you add or subtract radicals?
What does 3sqrt(2) + 5sqrt(2) equal?
Why can you not add 2sqrt(3) + 5sqrt(2)?
How can you add and simplify square root 8 + square root 18?
How can you add and simplify 2*sqrt(27) + 3*sqrt(50)?
How can you subtract and simplify 5x*sqrt(45x^3) - 3*sqrt(20x^5)?
How do you subtract and simplify 3m*sqrt(18x^2) - x*sqrt(27m^2)?
How do you know when you can combine variables and square roots?
How do you simplify and combine like terms in 4x*sqrt(32) - sqrt(18x^2) + 2x*sqrt(128)?
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This lesson explains the concept of adding and subtracting square roots with common expressions under the radical sign. This is a very common concept in Algebra, and this is a very good tutorial to watch in order to learn this idea. Some very complicated example problems are simplified and explained step by step.