# SOLUTION: I am not getting the answers that are provided for me for the following equation... fourth root &#8730;36 &#8730;5 how would you simplify I started by multiplying fourth

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Radicals Question 151983: I am not getting the answers that are provided for me for the following equation... fourth root √36 √5 how would you simplify I started by multiplying fourth root √36 by 1/4 and I got √9 so √9 X √5 = √45 √45= √9 √5= 3√5 thats not an option for me, what am I doing wrong?Answer by scott8148(6628)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!the 4th root is the quantity that is multiplied by itself 4 times to get the desired number __ it is the square root of the square root eg. __ 2 is the 4th root of 16 __ 2*2*2*2=16 __ sqrt(16)=4 __ sqrt(4)=2 4th root of 36 is sqrt(6) sqrt(6)*sqrt(5)=sqrt(30)