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multiply (square symb6 +1)(5square symb6 +1)

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

\[(\sqrt{6}+1)(5\sqrt{6}+1)\]

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\[(\sqrt6+1)(5\sqrt6+1)\\ 5\sqrt{6{^2}}+6\sqrt6+1)\\ 5(6)+\sqrt{6}+1\\ 31+\sqrt{6} \]

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