Instruction

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Look at your

**root**. If**the number**recorded under the root is a perfect square of another number (1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, ... ), remove**the root**. That is find such a whole**number**, the square of which is**the number**recorded under the root. Multiply it by the second multiplier. Write down the answer.2

If the square

**root**is not removed, then usually the answer can be recorded by simply removing the multiplication sign. It turns out**the number**consisting of an integer and a nearby root. This will mean that this**root**is taken such that an integer**number**of times. A whole**number**is usually written to the left of the root.3

If you want all

**the number**to enter under**root**, do the following. Construct the whole piece into a square. Comnote on**the number**, standing under a root. Note the resulting**number**under the root. This will be your answer.Note

Square root - a root of degree 2. If the task uses the roots as much as other degrees, change the necessary extent in the solution algorithm.

Useful advice

Recommend you often look in your math textbook. There you will find a lot of useful and valuable information that will surely help you in solving mathematical problems.