Guys and Gals ! Ok, we’re tackling easy way to remember how to square radicals and I was absent in my last algebra class so I have no notes and my professor teaches lessons way bad that’s why I didn’t get to understand it very well when I went to our math class a while ago. To make matters worse, our class will have our test on our next class so I can’t afford not to study easy way to remember how to square radicals. Can somebody please help me attempt to learn how to answer couple of questions about easy way to remember how to square radicals so that I can prepare for the test . I’m hoping that someone would assist me as soon as possible .

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