Simplify and solve the square root of 135bc^2d^3 times the square root of 5b^2d.
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Sqrt(135*b*c^2*d^3) * sqrt(5*b^2*d)
The first thing to remember is that when you’re multiplying square roots, you can combine everything underneath the radical as if it’s not there, so let’s multiply the two before getting to the square root of it all.
135*5 is easy enough: 675. Now, the rest multiplies together fairly easily. When you multiply numbers with...
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