In this video, we will multiply radical expressions.

Let’s start with simple expressions.

In other words,

Let’s try other examples:

would equal to

would equal to , which is a perfect square so it would be

Let’s try the same problem by using another method:

would equal to can also be written as

This also leads to the answer of 6

For , it would equal to

*25* goes into *675* twenty-seven times

Since *5* is the square root of *25*, can be written as

This can be further simplified into

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