
A quick distribution of a radical into the sum of two numerical terms, one whole and one radical as well.


The combining of like factors from two radicals into one and then the simplification of the result.


This includesradicals that contain variable factors, but continues the simplification of various terms in a sum or difference so that possible like terms can be added orsubtracted.


This shows how to simplify square roots in an additon problem so that hopefully you get like terms and con simplify further.


This demonstrates how to solve an equation where two radicals are equal and there are no other terms on either side of th equation


This demonstrates the squaring of a binomial with radical terms and the multiplication of conjugates (sum and differences of the same terms)


Demonstrates distribution when radicals are invovled.


Demonstrations that emphasize the fact that a fraction bar acts like parentheses in that the each part of the fraction must be factored so that there is a product of factors on both top and bottomof…


A demonstration of squaring a binomial with radical terms and then a second example showing how conjugate binomials can be multiplied.


A quick look at distributin a radical across a sum of a whole number and a different radical


A qucikc look at a simple fourth root of a combined pair of them, numbers only.


Two examples of reducing radicals to then be able add or subtract like radicals


Two examples showing the addition or subtraction of like radicals
