# Ch 4: ASSET Intermediate Algebra: Simplifying Radical Expressions

If you are looking to pick up important skills for solving radical expression problems, you can go through this chapter. It was created to help assist you in preparing for the ASSET Intermediate Algebra exam.

## ASSET Intermediate Algebra: Simplifying Radical Expressions - Chapter Summary

Each lesson in this chapter about radical expressions is specifically designed to help you prepare for the ASSET Intermediate Algebra exam, which covers a wide variety of topics. Some topics that are talked about in this chapter include:

• Finding a number's square root
• Working with square roots
• Radical expressions and methods for factoring them
• Square roots of perfect squares
• Square roots of quotients

Our instructors will guide you through the topics that are going to be in the exam, giving you the right preparation and confidence. Additionally, you can use the self-assessment quizzes to check your knowledge of algebra topics.

### ASSET Intermediate Algebra: Simplifying Radical Expressions - Chapter Objectives

The ASSET Intermediate Algebra exam was created to assess your knowledge and skills of algebra. The materials within this chapter are part of the intermediate algebra and coordinate geometry section, which makes up 64% of the entire test. Our lessons help you identify strategies for simplifying radical expressions, so you will be fully prepared for answering related questions on the exam. The format of the exam is multiple-choice.

16 Lessons in Chapter 4: ASSET Intermediate Algebra: Simplifying Radical Expressions
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