Simplifying radicals numbers
Simplifying radical expressions
Adding Radicals
Multiplying radicals
Combination (adding and multiplying radicals)

100

Simplify √45
3√5

100

Simplify √125n
5√5n

100

Simplify √2+3√2
4√2

100

Simplify √(6 ) * √(6 )
6

100

Simplify 2 √5 * (√6 + 2)
2 √30 + 4 √5

200

Simplify √75
5√3

200

Simplify √512m^3
16m√2m

200

Simplify √125+√5
6√5

200

Simplify -4 √15 * - √3
12√3

200

Simplify √3v * (√6 + √10)
3√2v + √30v

300

Simplify 2√12
4√3

300

Simplify √147m^3 n^3
7m ⋅ n √3m⋅n

300

Simplify √18+√2
4√2

300

Simplify -3 √7r^3 ⋅ 6√7r^2
-126r^2√r

300

Simplify (√5 + √8) (√45 + √8)
23 + 8√10

400

Simplify √384
8√6

400

Simplify -3√24a^4 b^2 c^3
-6a^2 bc√6c

400

Simplify 6√7 + √2 + √7
√2 + 7√7

400

Find the area of rectangle with length = √24 and width = √8
8√3

400

Simplify √6(4√12 + 5√8)
24√2 + 20√3

500

Simplify -7√96
-28√6

500

Simplify 3√16x^4y^4 z
12x^2 y^2√z

500

Simplify 2√64 + 8√100
96

500

If P is power (in watts) and R is resistance (in ohms), then the voltage V necessary to run the circuit is V= √PR Find the voltage necessary to run a 40–watt amplifier with a resistance of 150 ohms.
20√15

500

Simplify (3√20 + 4√25)(4√5 - 3√4)
28√5