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# How to Multiply Square Roots

Examples, formula and the Steps!

Vocabulary Refresher ### Examples

##### Example 1 of Multiplying Square roots Step 1

Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots( . )If you can, then simplify!

Both square roots are already simplified so skip this step

Step 2 Step 3 ##### Example 2. A slightly more complex example Step 1

Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots( . )If you can, then simplify! can indeed be simplified : Step 2 Step 3 ### Practice Problems

Multiply the square roots below and express each answer in simplest radical form.

This problem is similar to example 1 because you can not simplify either of the square roots.

Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify!
Skip this since both square roots are already simplified.
Step 2

Multiply Step 3 This problem is similar to example 2 because 1 of the square roots can be simplified

Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify! can be simplified: Step 2
Multiply Step 3 is already in simplest form so you are done.
This problem is similar to example 2 because 1 of the square roots can be simplified Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify! can indeed be simplified: Step 2
Multiply Step 3 This problem is similar to example 2 because the square roots can be simplified. The only difference is that both square roots, in this problem, can be simplified.

Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify! Step 2

Multiply Step 3

This problem is similar to example 2 because the square roots can be simplified. The only difference is that both square roots, in this problem, can be simplified.

Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify!  Step 2

Multiply Step 3

This problem is similar to example 2 because the square roots can be simplified. The only difference is that both square roots, in this problem, can be simplified.

Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify! Step 2

Multiply Step 3 You may notice that this is the same as the problem prior problem (#6)...except that we have now added some coefficients.

Step 1
Check to see if you can simplify either of the square roots. If you can, then simplify! Step 2

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