How Do You Multiply Square Roots?


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Oddman Profile
Oddman answered
This is a variation on the rules for multiplying powers, xaya = (xy)a. In the case of square roots, a=1/2. That is to say (√x)(√y) = √(xy).
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Lily James answered

It is very simple to multiply square roots in mathematics. When you are given with two square root numbers. And you have to multiply them. You just have to multiply the numbers with a common square root.

For example

Multiply SQRT 4 and SQRT 10

SQRT 4 and SQRT 10
SQRT 4   X   SQRT 10
SQRT (4 X 10)

SQRT 40  is the required answer.

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