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Squares and Square Roots

Squares and Square Roots

Squares and Square Roots: After This, You Can Go on a Mathematical Radical Sabbatical True or False

1. Which of the following statements is false? -> The square of an irrational number must also be irrational.
2. The simplified form of the radical term 5√8 has -> coefficient 5 and radicand 2.
3. Simplify:

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4. Which of the following statements is false? ->


5. Simplify: 

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6. A square has area 14,400 square feet. That is one big square; we're not sure how you plan to store it. The length in feet of one side of the square is -> 120.
7. Do the arithmetic and simplify your answer:

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8. Multiply and simplify your answer: 

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9. Divide and simplify your answer: 

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10. Divide and simplify your answer: 

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