Simplifying Radicals by Factoring

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In this lesson, we learn how to simplify radicals by factoring. The method involves factoring out the radicand and grouping the pairs of factors that can be simplified into a single term. By using this method, we can simplify even the most complex of radicals into a simple form.

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Simplifying radicals by factoring

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