# How do you evaluate 6\sqrt{4}+5\sqrt{4}?

Mar 9, 2018

$22$

#### Explanation:

Take out a common factor of $\sqrt{4}$ from each term.

$6 \sqrt{4} + 5 \sqrt{4}$

$= \sqrt{4} \left(6 + 5\right)$

$= \sqrt{4} \left(11\right)$

$= 2 \times 11$

$= 22$

Or you can simplify $\sqrt{4} = 2$

$6 \sqrt{4} + 5 \sqrt{4}$

$= 6 \times 2 + 5 \times 2$

$= 12 + 10$

$= 22$