Express radical \sqrt{28}+\sqrt{5}-3\sqrt{7} in the simplest form

smileycellist2 2021-07-17 Answered

Express radical 28+537 in the simplest form
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Alannej
Answered 2021-07-18 Author has 104 answers
Answered 2021-12-24

Given: 28+537

Solution:

28+537=4×7+537

=47+537   [anbn=abn]

=27+537

=7(23)+5

=57

Answer: simplest form of the radical expression

28+537=57

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