Dividing Radical Expressions

Dividing radical expressions is similar to multiplying them. This video shows detailed examples of how to divide radical expressions. Here is one example: Using the rule √a/√b = √a/b, you can rewrite √50/√2 as √50/2, which is √25 (simplified to 5).


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Last updated: 02/16/2018
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