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GM SIR,

Sir i am really sorry for representing in non systematic manner.

Sir i have sent an attachment , in that my question is there.

Hi Aishwarya,

Thanks for the attachment! In general, when you have a√b x c√d, the result is ac√(bd) [(a x c) x √(b x d)].

You multiply the roots by each other, and the other numbers by each other. If the root may be simplified after the multiplication, do so.

Try it out and let me know how it goes!

Thanks for asking,

Azeem

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