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Course: MATH 018, Fall 2009
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Subtracting, 4/19/2009 Adding, and Multiplying Radical Expressions MATH 018 Combined Algebra S. Rook Overview Section 10.4 in the textbook: Adding &amp; subtracting radicals Multiplying radicals 2 Adding &amp; Subtracting Radicals 3 1 4/19/2009 Review of Like Terms Remember for 2 terms to be like: Both must have the same variables Raised to the same powers For 2 radicals to be like: Both...

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