Question : In the video Exercise 29 -  Equations In...

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1 .   Question : In the video Exercise 29 - Equations Involving Radicals , the presenter first eliminates the radicals by __________.
 Student Answer : Squaring the equation
 Multiplying both sides of the equation by 3
 Cubing the equation
 Multiplying both sides of the equation by the square root
Question 2 .   Question : In the slideshow Product Rule For Radicals , under media in Chapter 9 , in order to simplify the radical , the presenter works to find perfect square factors of 45 .
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Question 3 .   Question : In the slideshow Rational Exponents , under media in Chapter 9 , the presenter reduces the expression so that we can evaluate 2^3 . Student Answer :
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Question 4 .   Question : In the slideshow Simplifying Radicals , under media in Chapter 9 , one specific condition to satisfy is to rationalize the numerator .
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Question 5 .   Question : In the video for Exercise 7 , Adding and Subtracting Like Radicals , located in the media section of Chapter 9 , the presenter states that to add or subtract radicals , the radicands do not have to be alike . Student Answer :
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1. Question : In the video Exercise 29 -  Equations Involving   Radicals , the presenter  first eliminates the radicals by __________.   Student Answer:  Squaring the equation    Multiplying both sides of the equation by 3    Cubing the equation    Multiplying both sides of the equation by the square root
  Points Received: 0 of 1   Comments: Question 2 . Question : In the slideshow  Product Rule For Radicals , under media in Chapter 9,  in order to simplify the radical, the presenter works to find perfect  square factors of 45.   Student
Answer:   Points Received: 1 of 1   Comments: Question 3 . Question : In the slideshow  Rational Exponents , under media in Chapter 9, the  presenter reduces the expression so that we can evaluate 2^3.

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