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Simplify:

$7sqrt2+3sqrt2$
1. $20$
2. $10sqrt2$
3. $21sqrt2$
4. $84$
Solve:

$3sqrtx=6$
1. $x=3$
2. $x=4$
3. $x=9$
4. $x=18$
Evaluate: $2 root3(8) + 9$
1. $2 root3(8) + 9$
2. $11$
3. $13$
4. $11 root3(8)$
What is $root3( 27/125)$ in simplest form?
1. $(3 root3 5)/5$
2. $(3)/(root3 5)$
3. $(root3 5)/5$
4. $(3)/5$
Simplify the radical expression $sqrt(16/100)$.
1. $4/10$
2. $2/5$
3. $5/2$
4. $10/4$
Simplify the radical expression $sqrt(48)$.
1. $8sqrt(3)$
2. $4sqrt(3)$
3. $16sqrt(3)$
4. $2sqrt(3)$
To simplify $sqrt(9+16+144)$, we first
1. find the square root of each of the numbers.
2. do the opposite.
4. decide the index of the problem.
What is $root3 20 * root3 6$ in simplest form?
1. $root 3 120$
2. $2(root 2 15)$
3. $8(root 3 15)$
4. $2(root 3 15)$
Simplify.

$root6(d^24x^36)$
1. $d^6x^4$
2. $d^30x^12$
3. $d^(1/4)x^(1/6)$
4. $d^4x^6$
Simplify the radical expression $sqrt(28)$.
1. $7sqrt(2)$
2. $4sqrt(7)$
3. $2sqrt(7)$
4. $4sqrt(2)$
Simplify radical expression $sqrt(72)$.
1. $3sqrt(2)$
2. $4sqrt(18)$
3. $2sqrt(6)$
4. $6sqrt(2)$
Simplify the radical expression $sqrt(27)$.
1. $3sqrt(9)$
2. $6sqrt(3)$
3. $9sqrt(3)$
4. $3sqrt(3)$
Rationalize the denominator for $16/sqrt8$.
1. 4
2. $4sqrt2$
3. $12sqrt2$
4. $sqrt2$
Solve for all possible values of $x$: $(sqrt(x+3))/9=sqrt(x+1)$
1. $3, 9$
2. $-39/40$
3. $78/80$
4. $3$
Simplify the radical expression $-sqrt (256)$.
1. $-128$
2. $16$
3. $-16$
Simplify the radical expression $sqrt(98)$.
1. $7sqrt(2)$
2. $14$
3. $7sqrt(8)$
4. $8$