# How do you simplify 2 sqrt 3 - 4 sqrt 2 + 6 sqrt 3 + 8 sqrt 3?

May 3, 2018

22.05595867

#### Explanation:

$2 \sqrt{3}$ - $4 \sqrt{2}$ + $6 \sqrt{3}$ + $8 \sqrt{3}$ = ?

First, make your square roots into regular square roots:

$\sqrt{12}$ - $\sqrt{32}$ + $\sqrt{108}$ + $\sqrt{192}$ = ?

Enter this in this order into your calculator. Answer:

22.05595867

Also simplified as:

16√3 − 4√2

(credit to Shantelle)