Luis Murillo P1 The video is about simplifying radical expressions.You do this by finding the square root of the number by x to the second,y to the sixth,and z to the seventh.

gustavo per 1 the video was about simplifing radical expressions. the example that was shown had variables as well. to help out you can break it down into pieces which make it easier to work on.

Alessandra lopez. Per1 The video was about simplifying radical expresions .The video had numbers and varibles squared.Then the teacher from the videoexpand it and found the square root. Then the teacher multipled all the outside.And then squere the inside.

I learned how to simplify radical expressions.I learned that... ...First you find the factors ...You square root everything separately ...You keep on square rooting until you break it down till it cant be broken down anymore Multiply the outside and inside Rule: Can't have a square root denominator

I learned about Simplifying Radical Expressions.First you find the square root of the whole solution.Then you separate them.Then you find the square root again.Sometimes you'll add the exponents.Then you simplify some of them and find the highest even power.Then you put the solution together.

Natalie Pichardo Period 1 I learned that you have to split the square root.The second thing I learned was that you need to break the square roots as much as possible.The third thing I learned was that you need to multiply the simplified square roots and numbers to get your final answer.

Nataly Fuentes The video was about simplifying radical expressions the guy actually did two viedeo a beacause one the camara was low battery and he him anothe it was the square root of a big number then he simplify to get the answer

This video was about chapter 10 lesson 1 and it is about simplifying radical expressions. The guy was giving alot of examples and explain step by step how to simplify them.

This video is about simplifying radical expressions. The first problem is to simply to square root of 147x(squared)y(to the six)z(to the seventh). The answer is 7xy(cubed)z(cubed)(square root of 3z)

:):)Angela Aguilar Per:1:)this video is about how to simplify radicals.First rule that the video talked about was to find the square root of each one into the smallest one.When you've done that you put the ones that are not inside a square in start putting them in that order.When you have find all of those you put the ones were left in square root and place them last.:)

Albert Castro per.1 This video was about simplifying radical expression. The man found the square roots of the variables too.A big number will have a square roots for everything including variables.

Angel Gaeta period 1 10.1 Simplifying radical expression. The teacher took the square root of 147 and xyz. 147 was seperated from the variables. The variables were also squared.

Anthony Velasquez per.1 These kids seem very exited. You learn to simplify radicals. In the problem, 147 you break it up to 49 & 3 because 49 is a perfect square.

Luis Murillo P1 The video is about simplifying radical expressions.You do this by finding the square root of the number by x to the second,y to the sixth,and z to the seventh.

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ReplyDeletethe video was about simplifing radical expressions. the example that was shown had variables as well. to help out you can break it down into pieces which make it easier to work on.

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ReplyDeletethe video explaines how to simplify a radical number. you had to break it apart to make it easier

Alessandra lopez. Per1

ReplyDeleteThe video was about simplifying radical expresions .The video had numbers and varibles squared.Then the teacher from the videoexpand it and found the square root. Then the teacher multipled all the outside.And then squere the inside.

I learned how to simplify radical expressions.I learned that...

ReplyDelete...First you find the factors

...You square root everything separately

...You keep on square rooting until you break it down till it cant be broken down anymore

Multiply the outside and inside

Rule: Can't have a square root denominator

Johanna Ramirez Period 1

ReplyDeleteI learned about Simplifying Radical Expressions.First you find the square root of the whole solution.Then you separate them.Then you find the square root again.Sometimes you'll add the exponents.Then you simplify some of them and find the highest even power.Then you put the solution together.

Samantha Malagon Per.1: This video was about simplifying radical expressions. The video helped out. It was very helpful.

ReplyDeleteNatalie Pichardo Period 1 I learned that you have to split the square root.The second thing I learned was that you need to break the square roots as much as possible.The third thing I learned was that you need to multiply the simplified square roots and numbers to get your final answer.

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ReplyDeleteThe video was about simplifying radical expressions the guy actually did two viedeo a beacause one the camara was low battery and he him anothe it was the square root of a big number then he simplify to get the answer

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ReplyDeleteThis video was about chapter 10 lesson 1 and it is about simplifying radical expressions. The guy was giving alot of examples and explain step by step how to simplify them.

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ReplyDeleteIn this video I learned-how to simplify radicals. You can just make different numbers or variables to there square root.

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ReplyDeleteThis video is about simplifying radical expressions. The first problem is to simply to square root of 147x(squared)y(to the six)z(to the seventh). The answer is 7xy(cubed)z(cubed)(square root of 3z)

:):)Angela Aguilar Per:1:)this video is about how to simplify radicals.First rule that the video talked about was to find the square root of each one into the smallest one.When you've done that you put the ones that are not inside a square in start putting them in that order.When you have find all of those you put the ones were left in square root and place them last.:)

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ReplyDeleteThis video was about simplifying radical expression. The man found the square roots of the variables too.A big number will have a square roots for everything including variables.

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ReplyDeleteThis video is about Simplifying Radical Expressions. You need to find factors. Then you keep simplifying until you cant.

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ReplyDelete10.1 Simplifying radical expression. The teacher took the square root of 147 and xyz. 147 was seperated from the variables. The variables were also squared.

Nneoma Ozoemena per1. this video was great with alot of information. i understanded it a little bit. the guy was great thank u for this video.

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ReplyDeletethis video is about simplifying radicals, even better PART 2. this also shows you how to square root verticles.

Anthony Velasquez per.1 These kids seem very exited. You learn to simplify radicals. In the problem, 147 you break it up to 49 & 3 because 49 is a perfect square.

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ReplyDeletewhen simplifying radical expressions,You can seperate variables and numbers to make it easier.

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ReplyDeletethis video was about simplyfying radicals. we used their square roots. some weren't perfect squares so we had to find factors .