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Multiplying Radicals Calculator
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Radicals is a root which we also called as square root. The mathematical symbol of radical is ($\sqrt{ }$). Rubicund is referred to a number which is present inside the root. Radical is a symbol ($\sqrt{ }$), which is used to define the radicals or nth root. Normally, $\sqrt{a}$ can be rewrite as a1/2. Likewise radicals are expressed in various forms. The expression $\sqrt{5}$ is read as “radical five”, or “the radicals of five”.
Multiplying Radicals Calculator is used to find the value of the given multiplication radicals term.
 

Steps for Multiplying Radicals Calculator

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Step 1 :  

To multiply radicals, first find the exponent of lowest possible base of the given numbers say "x" and "y".



Step 2 :  

Apply the formula:


(x)$^{exponent \times radical}$ $\times$ (y)$^{exponent \times radical}$



Problems on Multiplying Radicals Calculator

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  1. Multiply the radicals: 2$\sqrt[3]{27}$ $\times$ 3$\sqrt[3]{64}$


    Step 1 :  

    2$\sqrt[3]{27}$ $\times$ 3$\sqrt[3]{64}$


    $\Rightarrow$ 2$\sqrt[3]{3^{3}}$ $\times$ 3$\sqrt[3]{4^{3}}$


    $\Rightarrow$ 2$(3^{3})^{\frac{1}{3}}$ $\times$ 3$(4^{3})^{\frac{1}{3}}$


    $\Rightarrow$ 2(3) $\times$ 3(4)



    Step 2 :  

    $\Rightarrow$ 6 $\times$ 12


    $\Rightarrow$ 72



    Answer  :  

    72



  2. Multiply the radicals: 3$\sqrt[2]{9}$ $\times$ 2$\sqrt[3]{8}$


    Step 1 :  

    3$\sqrt[2]{9}$ $\times$ 2$\sqrt[3]{8}$


    $\Rightarrow$ 3$\sqrt[2]{3^{2}}$ $\times$ 2$\sqrt[3]{2^{3}}$


    $\Rightarrow$ 3$(3^{2})^{\frac{1}{2}}$ $\times$ 2$(2^{3})^{\frac{1}{3}}$


    $\Rightarrow$ 3(3) $\times$ 2(2)



    Step 2 :  

    $\Rightarrow$ 3(3) $\times$ 2(2)


    $\Rightarrow$ 9 $\times$ 4


    $\Rightarrow$ 36



    Answer  :  

    36



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