Square Roots and Radicals 14

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Square Roots and Radicals Part 14 covers multiplying with square roots using the distributive property and multiplying two binomials using the FOIL method. Includes squaring binomials containing square roots.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you multiply radical expressions?
  • How do you distribute a radical expression into parentheses with radical expressions inside?
  • How do you multiply 2sqrt(14)*(3sqrt(21) - 8sqrt(35))?
  • 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 (2sqrt(3) - sqrt(5))*(sqrt(3) + 3sqrt(5))?
  • How can you square a binomial with a radical expression?
  • How would you multiply (5 + 2*(square root of 7))^2?
  • How do you multiply (3 - sqrt(5))(3 + sqrt(5))?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson picks up where the previous lesson left off. You will get more practice with example problems of multiplying and distributing radical expressions in this lesson. The numbers are a bit larger this time and problems are a bit more difficult in general, but the methods are the same. This is a very good tutorial for those who need more practice. Also, some special cases of multiplying binomials with radical expressions are shown.