
Two examples of distributing radicals into a sum of other radicals and simplifying in the process.


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


In this example, the multiplication of two fourthroots of numbers is shown and the reduction of the result


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


A short demonstration of multiplying and then reducing the result when presented with the product of two radical expressions.


Just a quick couple of examples, one explaining the relationship between squaring and square rooting and one that just shows how to multiply two radical expressions that need no reduction.


Discusses the square root property, then encourages the viewer to write a list of perfect squares in the marginfor reference. Lasly, three examples are presented and solved.


Two examples are shown here, one relatively easy, then one with some fractions involved.


Demonstrates how to solve for a variable under the radical that needs to isolated first after entering the given value for the other variable in a formula.


Describes how to approach solving a radical eqaution, then demonstrates the stepss needed. It finishes with a check of the answers, stressing that this is an essential step.


Shows how to substitite the given value for the output variable, then rearranges the resulting equation in standard form. Values for a, b, and c are identified and then entered into the quadratic…


This shows how to multiply by a form of one created by using the irrational denominaor to multiply by the top and the bottom of the fraction creating a whole number denominaor.


Shows that the division of sqaure roots is equivalent to the square root of a fraction, and then simplifies the fraction to complete the task.


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 the parts of an addition of radicals and then add or subtract the like terms.


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