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kszychooo1
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I am simplifying radicals and I've come across one that has me a bit confused. sqrt(34m^4) I'm sorry if this doesn't make sense. (-:

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karla519

The sqrt of (34 m^4) is  sqrt(34) times sqrt(m^4). The sqrt of m^4 is easy ... that's just  m^2 . The other part is more messy.  There's not much you can do with it.                       sqrt(34) = sqrt(17) times sqrt(2).  That doesn't help make it any simpler. You might as well just leave it as sqrt(34).  Then the final, simplified form of the original expression is                           m^2 sqrt(34)

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