The small number in the crook of the radical symbol that tells you if you are taking a cube root, or a fifth root, etc. iscalled the
A. radical signB. radicandC. baseD. index
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Breaking a number into its prime factors can be very helpful when you are simplifying radicals. For thegiven number, list the prime factors in order, from smallest to largest using * (shift 8) as the multiplicationsymbol.For example, the prime factors of 12 are 2*2*3.Give the prime factors of 90The prime factors of 90 are 2x3x3x5Part 3 of 25 - Default:
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The square root of 25 =
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