Simplify sqrt(40) + sqrt(250), sqrt(2) + sqrt(2) + sqrt(7), and (sqrt(6) * sqrt(30)) / sqrt(5).


Simplify {eq}\sqrt{40}+\sqrt{250},\: \sqrt{2}+\sqrt{2}+\sqrt{7},\: and\, \frac{\sqrt{6}\sqrt{30}}{\sqrt{5}}. {/eq}

Simplifying Radical Expressions:

In mathematics, simplifying radical expressions involves rewriting a radical expression in simplest form. Often, this involves manipulating the radicals within the expression to create like radicals, so that we can combine them using the operations indicated.

Answer and Explanation:

Simplifying each of the radical expressions given gives the following:

  • {eq}\sqrt{40}+\sqrt{250}=7\sqrt{10} {/eq}
  • {eq}\sqrt{2}+\sqrt{2}+\sqrt{7}=2\sq...

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