# Multiplication and Division of Radicals

## Rationalize the denominator

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## Multiplication and Division of Radicals

Learn how to simplify expressions involving the multiplication and division of radicals.
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## Multiplying and Dividing Square Roots

This lesson covers dividing square roots.
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## Dividing Square Roots - Monomial Denominators

This lesson covers dividing square roots.
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## Dividing Square Roots

by EPISD Algebra 2 Team //at grade
Algebra 2 Pre-requisite
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This lesson covers dividing square roots.
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Multiplication and Division of Radicals Interactive
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## Multiplication and Division of Radicals Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Multiplication and Division of Radicals.
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• Real World Application

## Pentagon

Students apply their understanding of simplifying and adding radical expressions to looking at the sides of the United States' Pentagon building.
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