How does one express a problem in simplest radical form?

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If a person wants to express a problem in simplest radical form, he or she would use a ?. For example if the problem is 2x2x5 the answer is 2?5. It is because 2 is repeated two times in the equation.
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√192 = √(64 x 3)
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Since 128 contains the perfect square factor of 64. √(128) = √(64 * 2) = 8√2. I hope this helps! Source(s) Knowledge.
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If the perimeter of a square is 56.
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1. Factor out any perfect squares or cubes in the radical. If you are working with sqrt(30) there are none, but if you are working with the cube root of 54, you can rewrite it in
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Expressing in simplest radical form means reducing the number until there are no more square roots, cube roots, or 4th roots left to find, including the denominator if there is a fraction.
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