**www.khanacademy.org**/.../v/**simplifying**-**cube**-roots

A worked example of simplifying the cube root of 27a²b⁵c³ using the properties of exponents. A worked example of simplifying the cube root of 27a²b⁵c³ using the properties of exponents. If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website.

**www.youtube.com**/watch?v=J0KKBJcSsFo

Learn how to simplify cube roots in this video. To see all my math videos, check out my channel at http://YouTube.com/MathMeeting.

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Simplifying Radical Expressions1. Simplifying Radical Expressions1. If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website. If you're behind a web filter, please make sure that the domains *.kastatic.org and *.kasandbox.org are unblocked.

**www.webmath.com**/simprad.html

This page will help you to simplify a term under a radical sign. Type your term under the radical sign. The little box to the upper left of the radical sign is the power of the radical. Putting a 2 here means square root. Putting a 3 here means cube root, etc.

**www.purplemath.com**/modules/**radicals**6.htm

The terms in this expression are both cube roots, but I can combine them only if they're the cube roots of the same value. Right now, they aren't. So I'll simplify the radicals first, and then see if I can go any further. I note that 8 = 2 3 and 64 = 4 3, so I will actually be able to simplify the radicals completely.

mathbitsnotebook.com/.../RD**SimplifyingRadicalsCube**Roots.html

If you need a refresher on simplifying radicals with numerical values, see the Refresher section, Simplifying Radicals. In this section, we will concentrate on examining algebraic cube roots and higher-index roots.

www.mathhelp.com/how_to/beginning_**radicals**/**simplifying**...

Students learn to simplify a square root by setting up a factor tree for the number inside the radical. If a factor pairs up in the factor tree, then it comes out of the radical. If a factor does not pair up, then it stays inside. Students also learn to simplify a cube root by setting up a factor tree for the number inside the radical.

**www.mesacc.edu**/~scotz47781/mat120/notes/**radicals**/**simplify**/...

To simplify radicals, rather than looking for perfect squares or perfect cubes within a number or a variable the way it is shown in most books, I choose to do the problems a different way, and here is how. Here are the steps required for Simplifying Radicals:

cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Alg2/**Simplifying** **Radicals**.pdf

Simplifying Radicals Date_____ Period____ Simplify. Use absolute value signs when necessary. 1) 24 2 6 2) 3 1000 10 3) 3 −162 −3 3 6 4) 512 16 2 5) 4 128 n8 2n2 4 8 6) 98 k 7 2k 7) 5 224 r7 2r 5 7r2 8) 3 24 m3 2m 3 3 9) 392 x2 14 x 2 10) 512 x2 16 x 2 11) 4 405 x3y2 3 4 5x3y2 12) 3 −16 a3b8 −2ab2 3 2b2 13) 4 128 x7y7 2 x ⋅ y 4 8x3y3 ...

**www.youtube.com**/watch?v=_VP0QbO00Bk

In this video we look at an example of simplifying a cubic root that has variables as well as a number in the radicand.