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What is the product of 6 and 7 square root 128 in simplest radical form
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336√2

Step-by-step explanation:

For a radical to be in the simplest form, it

means it has been simplified in such away that there are no more square root, cube

roots, 4th root, etc left to be found.

product of 6 and 7= 6×7= 42

product of 6 and 7 square root 128= 42✓128

42✓128= 42✓64×2= 42×8✓2

42×8√2 = 336√2

therefore, the product of 6 and 7 square root 128 in simplest radical form is 336✓2
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