# Ch 16: Algebra II: Roots and Radical Expressions Review

This chapter on roots and radical expressions reviews how to simplify several types of expressions that contain square roots and radicals. The chapter's short video lessons and practice quizzes can help you learn to solve complex mathematical equations.

## Algebra II: Roots and Radical Expressions Review - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

This chapter can show you how to find, estimate and simplify square roots. You'll also practice factoring, multiplying and dividing radical expressions. Later lessons look at how to solve equations with multiple radical terms. Upon finishing this chapter, you should have a firm understanding of the following concepts:

• Square roots
• Perfect squares

Video Objective
How to Find the Square Root of a Number Understand how to calculate the square root of any given number.
Estimating Square Roots Know how to best estimate the square root of a number.
Simplifying Square Roots When Not a Perfect Square Learn how to simplify square roots that are not a perfect square.
Simplifying Expressions Containing Square Roots Simplify expressions that contain square roots in their equation.
Evaluating Square Roots of Perfect Squares Simplify a radical expression with a perfect square radicand.
Factoring Radical Expressions Be able to factor and multiply radical expressions, detailing the product rule for radicals.
Simplifying Square Roots of Powers in Radical Expressions Demonstrate how to solve radical expressions where the radicands are powers.
Multiplying Then Simplifying Radical Expressions Understand how to multiply radical expressions, and when possible, simplify to solve the problem.
Simplifying Square Roots of Quotients Show how to simplify the square roots of quotients, providing examples.
Rationalizing Denominators in Radical Expressions Explain how to rationalize the denominator of a radical expression.
Multiplying Radical Expressions with Two or More Terms Multiply expressions involving radicals with two or more terms.
Solving Radical Equations: Steps and Examples Use the principle of squaring once to solve radical equations with one or two radical terms isolated.

16 Lessons in Chapter 16: Algebra II: Roots and Radical Expressions Review
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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