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OBJECTIVE:
1. Use the product rule for radicals.
2. Use the quotient rule for radicals.
4. Simplify products and quotients of radicals with different indexes.
5. Use the Pythagorean formula.
6. Use the distance formula.
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2. Chapter 9
Functions
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3. 9.3
Expressions
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4. 9.3 Radical Expressions and Graphs
Objectives
1. Use the product rule for radicals.
2. Use the quotient rule for radicals.
4. Simplify products and quotients of radicals
with different indexes.
5. Use the Pythagorean formula.
6. Use the distance formula.
Use the Product Rule for Radicals
Use the Product Rule for Radicals
Cannot be simplified using the product
rule because the indexes, are different.
Use the Quotient Rule for Radicals
Be careful to leave the
Cannot be simplified further.
Assume all variables represent positive real numbers.
Assume all variables represent positive real numbers.
Simplifying Radicals – Smaller / Different Indices
Assume all variables represent positive real numbers.
Pythagorean Formula
The Pythagorean formula relates lengths of the sides of a right
Pythagorean Formula
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