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Learning how to simplify a square root can be broken down into 2 easy steps. First think of the factors and determine if one of those factors is a perfect square.

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What is a square root? For many, this term is difficult to understand so, I'm going to show you a few different ways to think about square roots.

Your step by step guide to using the distributive property in order to simplify expressions.

The radical sign is used when taking the square root or the nth root of a number.

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Equivalent fractions are very easy to write and identify. Use these step by step examples to learn how to master fractions.

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There are actually two different ways to approach solving compound inequalities. The first method is to separate this into two different inequalities and solve each independently. The second method is to solve both parts at the same time. I will show you both ways and you can decide which is best for you.

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