Square Roots and Radicals Part 13 covers multiplying with square roots using the distributive property and multiplying two binomials using the FOIL method.
How do you multiply 2sqrt(3)*(sqrt(11) + 3sqrt(3))?
How do you distribute a radical expression into parentheses with radical expressions inside?
How do you multiply 2sqrt(6)*(5sqrt(2) - 3sqrt(18))?
How do you know when can you add or subtract radical expressions?
How do you multiply two binomials with radical expressions using the FOIL method?
How would you multiply (2 + 3sqrt(5))*(3 - 4sqrt(5))?
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This lesson goes through some examples of multiplying and distributing radical expressions. Some of the example problems can get a bit involved. This is a very important topic to learn and understand to get a better understanding of radical expressions. A couple of different techniques for attacking this type of problems are shown.