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STATION 6 – Fill in your paper as you view this P owerpoint . View this show FULL SCREEN by clicking the little pic of a screen. A square root radical is in simplest form when the radicand has no _______________ . 32. The radicand is the number inside he radical symbol .

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STATION 6 – Fill in your paper as you view this Powerpoint.

View this show FULL SCREEN by clicking the little pic of a screen

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A square root radical is in simplest form when the radicand has no _______________.

32

The radicand is the number

inside he radical symbol

square factors

square factors

Square factors are: 4, 9, 16, 25, 36,49,…

72

52

32

42

62

22

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Look for the biggest squares that are factors:

4 is a factor of 32, but 16 is bigger

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Write them as separate radicals

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You know the square root of 16

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Look for the biggest squares that are factors:

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Write them as separate radicals

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You know the square root of 9

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If no square factors jump out at you, see if 4 goes into the number. If not, try 9, then 25.

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27 has a square in it…..simplify it

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Write them as separate radicals

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You know the square roots of 4&9

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Multiply the 2 and 3

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Write them as separate radicals

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You know the square root of 25

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6 and 7 are factors – but they aren’t squares!

This can’t be simplified

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8 has a square in it…..simplify it

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Write them as separate radicals

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You know the square roots of 9&4

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Multiply the 3 and 2

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TRY THESE YOURSELF:

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DON’T CLICK UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED ALL 8 EXERCISES

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