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2√⋅7√⋅13−−√

 

Enter your answer, in radical form, in the box.

AngelRay  Jan 17, 2018

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Any radicals multiplied by each other can be simplified. Just combine them into one radical.

\(\sqrt{2}*\sqrt{7}*\sqrt{13}=\sqrt{2*7*13}\)

From there it is just simple multiplication.

\(\sqrt{2*7*13}=\sqrt{14*13}=\sqrt{182}\)

So, your answer is √182.

AdamTaurus  Jan 17, 2018
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Any radicals multiplied by each other can be simplified. Just combine them into one radical.

\(\sqrt{2}*\sqrt{7}*\sqrt{13}=\sqrt{2*7*13}\)

From there it is just simple multiplication.

\(\sqrt{2*7*13}=\sqrt{14*13}=\sqrt{182}\)

So, your answer is √182.

AdamTaurus  Jan 17, 2018

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