Understanding the notation and rules behind simplifying radicals can help us evaluate complex expressions and equations involving radicals.
What are radicals? Learn about using writing radicals as a base with an exponent. Learn how to simplify basic radicals and the notation used.
The radical questions we cover in this short video will help prepare you for quizzes, tests and your end of year exams.
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1. take notes as you watch the video
2. follow along as we answer (and check answers to) questions on this math topic
3. finally, complete the final questions for homework, extra credit, make up work or test review as your teacher indicates
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