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Simplifying Square Roots To simplify a square root: make the number inside the square root as small as possible (but still a whole number ): Example: √12 is simpler as 2√3

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In the fraction 12/12, 12 is the numerator and 12 is the denominator. When you ask "What is 12/12 simplified?", we assume you want to know how to simplify the numerator and denominator to their smallest values, while still keeping the same value of the fraction. We do this by first finding the greatest common factor of 12 and 12, which is 12.

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In the fraction 12/16, 12 is the numerator and 16 is the denominator. When you ask "What is 12/16 simplified?", we assume you want to know how to simplify the numerator and denominator to their smallest values, while still keeping the same value of the fraction. We do this by first finding the greatest common factor of 12 and 16, which is 4.

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Simplify the fraction 12/60. First divide both (numerator/denominator) by 2 to get 6/30. Divide both of those by 2 to get 3/15, then, Divide both of those by 3 to get 1/5. In the fraction 1/5, 1 is only divisible by itself, and 5 is not divisible by other numbers than itself and 1, so the fraction has been simplified as much as possible. No ...

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Simplifying Polynomials. In section 3 of chapter 1 there are several very important definitions, which we have used many times. Since these definitions take on new importance in this chapter, we will repeat them.