### All GRE Subject Test: Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #271 : Gre Subject Test: Math

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### Example Question #271 : Gre Subject Test: Math

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Now we put each of these together and combine like terms:

### Example Question #81 : Algebra

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Take i (the square root of -1) out of both radicals then divide.

### Example Question #11 : Operations On Complex Numbers

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Take out i (the square root of -1) from both radicals and then multiply. You are not allowed to first multiply the radicals and then simplify because the roots are negative.

Make i squared -1

### Example Question #11 : Operations On Complex Numbers

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First, take out i (the square root of -1) from both radicals and then multiply. You are not allowed to first multiply the radicals and then simplify because the roots are negative.

Change i squared to -1

### Example Question #21 : Imaginary Numbers & Complex Functions

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Take i (the square root of -1) out of the radical.

### Example Question #12 : Operations On Complex Numbers

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Take out i (the square root of -1) from the radical and then multiply.

### Example Question #271 : Gre Subject Test: Math

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Take out i (the square root of -1) and then simplify before multiplying.

### Example Question #273 : Gre Subject Test: Math

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Take out i (the square root of -1) from both radicals and then multiply. You are not allowed to first multiply the radicals and then simplify because the roots are negative.

### Example Question #91 : Algebra

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Take out i (the square root of -1) from the radical, simplify, and then multiply.