write radical in simplest form

Algebra
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Sq. root 98k^7q^8

can you show steps too please thanks

Mar 15th, 2015

First factor each term using perfect squares where possible:

Sqrt(98k^7q^8) = (49*2k^6*k*q^8)

Now take the square roots of the perfect squares and remove them from the radical leaving behind the terms that cannot be square rooted further:

7k^3q^4sqrt(2k)   done

Mar 15th, 2015

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