# How do you simplify radical expressions with variables?

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This is easy! If you want to **multiply** this are the rules: First coefficients are multiplied with each other and the sub-radical amounts each other, placing the latter product under the radical sign common and the result is simplified.

Let's go:

Now if you want to **divide**, then the coefficients are divided among themselves and sub-radical amounts each other, placing the latter quotient under the radical common and the result is simplified.

I hope you can find it useful, and here is a link to solve this ones with different indices.