Algebra 1 - Radical Expressions

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A radical expression is an expression that contains a radical symbol (√). The expression under the radical symbol is called the radicand. While basic square roots aren't too terribly difficult, the idea of simplifying a square root with a quadratic equation might have many students running away out of fear. Worry not, because Professor Edward Burger has you covered in today's free Algebra 1 video on Radical Expressions. He'll demonstrate just how simple it can be to handle such difficult expressions.  After watching all 5 lectures on today's video, you'll be using properties of square roots to simplify radical expressions where the radicand is a non-perfect square, a fraction, or an algebraic expression. So, check out today's video and make sure you click the forward button to the left of the time stamp to move to the next lecture so you catch them all!


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