OpenStudy (anonymous):

Write a radical expression that has 4 terms (without variables), that are not in simplest form. Create this expression so that, once the terms are in simplest form, they can be combined to make an expression with one or two terms.

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

something like this: \[c \sqrt{c}+12c \sqrt{c}-2c \sqrt{c}\] and the solution would be \[11c \sqrt{c}\]

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

but idk how to make my own :/ even a nudge would help please

5 years ago
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