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A radical expression is a numerical expression or algebraic expression with radical symbol.
To subtract radical expressions, you should remember the following:
- The indices and the term inside the radical (called the radicand) must be exactly alike.
- If the indices and radicands are alike, then combine the terms in front of each like radical expressions.
- If the indices or radicands are not the same, then you can not subtract the radical expressions.
Solve for the difference of the following radical expression
(-2√2x – 5√2x) – 4√2x
Check if the indices and radicands are similar before performing addition.
= (-2√2x – 5√2x) – 4√2x = (- 2 – 5)√2x – 4√2x
= – 7√2x – 4√2x = – 11√2x
Subtraction of Radical Expressions (Olympics Themed) Worksheets
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