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Problem 24 Easy Difficulty

Multiply the radical expressions. (See Examples $1-4 .$. )
$$\sqrt[3]{m^{2} n^{2}} \cdot \sqrt[3]{48 m^{4} n^{2}}$$

Answer

$2 m^{2} n \sqrt[3]{6 n}$

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we have your group off M squared an escarpment deployed by Cuba route or 48 a. M to the power for an Esquire using multiplication and property of radicals. This is equal to Cuba route or 48 multiplied by m to the power six multiplied by end. Pretty powerful we've have trained for yet we get this is equal to Cuba route or two multiplied by two multiplied by two multiplied by six multiplied by m to the power six multiplied by and humor depressed by and we simplify this we get This is equal toe multiplied by m squared, multiplied by and in your group off six.

Top Algebra Educators
Anna Marie V.

Campbell University

Alayna H.

McMaster University

Kayleah T.

Harvey Mudd College

Kristen K.

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor