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Module 13

Simplifying, adding, subtracting, and multiplying radical expressions.

What is the Product rule for radicals? If n√a and n√b are real numbers, than n√a x n√b = n√ab
What is the Quotient rule for radicals? If n√a and n√b are real numbers and n√b is not zero, then n√a/b is equal to n√a/n√b
What is the midpoint formula? The midpoint of the line segment whose end points are (X1,Y1) and (X2,Y2) is the points with coordinates (X1+X2/2,Y1+Y2/2)
What is the distance formula? The distance between two points with coordinates (X1,Y1) and (X2,Y2) is given by d=√(X2-X1)2 + (Y2-Y1)2
What are like radicals? They are like if the indexes and the radicands are the same.
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