In this lesson, students learn a new technique for multiplying square roots with larger numbers. By looking for common factors in each number and rearranging them accordingly, students can simplify the calculation and make it easier to identify perfect squares. This method can also be applied to variables in the numbers. The lesson provides several examples to demonstrate the technique, ultimately showing students several ways to approach problems and choose the best method to suit their individual learning style.
A revisiting of multiplying square roots, but this time with much larger numbers and a new technique.
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