# SOLUTION: 8&#8730;(4y5) - &#8730;(1y5) Simplify, assume all variables represent nonnegative real numbers. &#8730;(e) is the square root of e, where e can be any expression.

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 Question 613303: 8√(4y5) - √(1y5) Simplify, assume all variables represent nonnegative real numbers. √(e) is the square root of e, where e can be any expression. Answer by stanbon(57377)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!8√(4y5) - √(1y5) ---- = 8*2y^2*sqrt(y) - y^2*sqrt(y ---- = 16y^2*sqrt(y) - y^2*sqrt(y) ----- = 15y^2*sqrt(y) ===================== Cheers, Stan H.