# Simplifying indicated operations

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Perform the indicated operations and simplify. (A radical in simplest terms contains no perfect squares; do not use decimals.)

1. 2 √12+ √27

2. 4 √3+ 6√75

3. 2 √y+ √(8z)

4. (√3)( √15)

5. (√8)( √12)

6. (3√y)( -2√y)

7. 1 / √7

8. √3 / √15

9. √12 / √8

10. In the expression 4√(m3) (Read: the fourth root of m cubed) state the index and the radicand. If they were reversed what steps would immediately be necessary

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Perform the indicated operations and simplify. (A radical in simplest terms contains no perfect squares; do not use decimals.)

1. 2 √12+ √27

2. 4 √3+ 6√75

3. 2 √y+ √(8z)

4. (√3)( √15)

5. (√8)( ...

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