This article shows you how to simplify radical expressions using product property. It also teaches you terms that you need to know and how you can apply them to the radical expressions you want to solve. "Just something I learned in math class that I want to remember easier and help others with simultaneously."
Okay, before I begin this lesson, here are some terms and things you need to know:
Square Root: A number that is the product of another multiplied by itself to form it ( 4×4=16 ) Four is multiplied by itself to make 16 so 4 is the square root of 16.
•: it means the multiply sign just not using x because it can be mistaken for a variable
Radical: a sign that means, “the square root of” ,looks like a check mark √.
Radicand: The number inside a radical.
Prime number: any number that is uneven and has no multiples except itself and one. (51)
Radical expression: Any expression using a radical symbol.