Example Questions

Example Question #1 : How To Multiply Square Roots

Find the product:       Explanation:

Simplify the radicals, then multiply: Example Question #2 : How To Multiply Square Roots

Simplify the following completely:      Explanation:

To simplify this expression, simply multiply the radicands and reduce to simplest form.  Example Question #3 : How To Multiply Square Roots

Simplify:       Explanation:

When multiplying square roots, the easiest thing to do is first to factor each root. Thus: Now, when you combine the multiplied roots, it will be easier to come to your final solution. Just multiply together everything "under" the roots: Finally this can be simplified as: Example Question #4 : How To Multiply Square Roots

Simplify the following:       Explanation:

When multiplying square roots, the easiest thing to do is first to factor each root. Thus: Now, when you combine the multiplied roots, it will be easier to come to your final solution. Remember that multiplying roots is very easy! Just multiply together everything "under" the roots: Finally this can be simplified as: Example Question #5 : How To Multiply Square Roots

State the product:       Explanation:

Don't try to do too much at first for this problem. Multiply your radicals and your coefficients, then worry about any additional simplification. Now simplify the radical. Example Question #1 : How To Multiply Square Roots

Find the product:       Explanation:

Don't try to do too much at first for this problem. Multiply your radicals and your coefficients, then worry about any additional simplification.   