Addition of Radicals (Ages 12-14) Worksheets (Valentines day Themed)

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Definition:

A radical is a symbol that represents a particular root of a number.

Summary:

The square root (√) of a number is another number which produces the first number when it is multiplied by itself. Its index is always 2.

Cube root () of number is a value which when multiplied by itself thrice or three times produces the original value.

How to Add Radicals?

To add radicals, you should remember the following:

  • The indices and what is inside the radical (called the radicand) must be exactly alike. 
  • If the indices and radicands are alike, then add the terms in front of each like radical
  • If the indices or radicands are not the same, then you can not add the radicals.

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