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- How do you calculate radicals?
- How do you divide radicals?
- How do you simplify a fraction to lowest terms?
- How do I know when to simplify a fraction?
- How do you simplify odd numbers?
- Should you always simplify fractions?
- How do you simplify fractions examples?
- How do you simplify 4 3?

## How do you calculate radicals?

Multiply all numbers and variables outside the **radical** together. Step 1: **Find** the prime factorization of the number inside the **radical**. Step 2: **Determine** the index of the **radical**. In this case, the index is two because it is a square root, which means we need two of a kind.

## How do you divide radicals?

To **divide** two **radicals**, you can first rewrite the problem as one **radical**. The two numbers inside the square roots can be combined as a fraction inside just one square root. Once you do this, you can simplify the fraction inside and then take the square root.

## How do you simplify a fraction to lowest terms?

To **reduce a fraction to lowest terms**, divide the numerator and denominator by their Greatest Common Factor (GCF). This is also called **simplifying** the **fraction**.

## How do I know when to simplify a fraction?

**In order to simplify a fraction there must be:**

- A number that will divide evenly into both the numerator and denominator so it can be reduced, or.
- The numerator must be greater than the denominator, (an improper
**fraction**), so it can be converted to a mixed number.

## How do you simplify odd numbers?

To **simplify** an **improper** fraction, you must turn it into a mixed **number**, which includes a whole **number** and a fraction together. The **number** of times you can divide the numerator evenly by the denominator will be the whole **number** of your mixed **number**. Write this **number** down, and note the remainder.

## Should you always simplify fractions?

**Simplifying fractions** is often required when your answer is not in the form required by the assignment. As a matter of fact, most math instructors **will** demand that **you always** put the resulting **fraction** in its simplest form. Generally speaking, there are two occasions where **simplifying** your answer may be necessary.

## How do you simplify fractions examples?

A **fraction** is said to be in its simplest form if 1 is the only common factor of its numerator and denominator. For **example**,89,because 1 is the only common factor of 8 and 9 in this **fraction**. We **simplify fractions** because it is always to work or calculate when the **fractions** are in the simplest form.

## How do you simplify 4 3?

**43** is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 1.

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