Radicals

Words of “Wiz-dom”—When working with radicals always reduce them by factoring any number under the radical sign using perfect squares and removing the square root of the perfect square to the outside of the radical sign.

Let’s do a review:

x3/2=

Answers to review questions

Sample Questions

1.  Which of the following is equal to 

(A)  

(B)

(C) 

(D) 

(E) 

Answer to question #1

2.  For values of x where  is defined, the expression is equal to

(A) 
(B)  
(C) 
(D) 
(E) 

Answer to question #2

3.  Which of the following is ALWAYS true about the expression ?

A. It is a real number.
B. It is an imaginary number.
C. n > 3
D. It is an imaginary number if n < 3.
E. It is a real number if n < 3.

Answer to question #3

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