#2**0 **

First write down the problem

\(3\sqrt{8}\)

Then you have to simplify 8 as far as you can. Since 2 and 4 multiplied is 8, we'll use those two numbers.

\(3\sqrt{8}\)

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** 2 4**

Then you have to simplify 4

\(3\sqrt{8}\)

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** 2 4**

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** 2 2**

Then you have to write it from least to greatest.

**2,2,2**

Since you have three 2, you will combined to and take them out of the square root.

\(2*3\sqrt{2}\)

Then you just simplify and solve.

hellokittygirl56 Oct 25, 2016

#3**0 **

If you meant sqrt (3/8) = sqrt3/sqrt8 = sqrt3/sqrt(4 x 2) = sqrt3/ (2*sqrt2)

sqrt(3) / 2 sqrt(2) multiply by sqrt2/sqrt2

sqrt(6)/4

ElectricPavlov Oct 25, 2016