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simplify (2sqrt5 + 3sqrt7)^2 show all your steps worth 20 points

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Karma523

Best Answer (2sqrt5 + 3sqrt7) * (2sqrt5 + 3sqrt7)  = 4 * 5 + 6 sqrt35 + 6 sqrt35 + 9 * 7  = 20 + 63 + 12sqrt35  = 83 + 12sqrt35

Kids11

Ok if the function is squared it means there are two of the same functions. thus, (2sqrt5 + 3sqrt7)(2squrt5 + 3sqrt7). use the foil method to work this out. - Expanding brackets... 10sqrt10 + 6sqrt35 + 6sqrt35 + 9sqrt49 - Simplify, by adding together like terms... 31sqrt129 ... if this is wrong it means you also have to square the unknowns. for instance instead of 10sqrt10, it's 10.s^2.q^2.r^2.t^2.10 ... note: . means multiply. but that seems ridiculous answer, so I think my original post may have a shot. I hope this helps :)

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