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# How do you simplify $3\sqrt {50} \cdot \sqrt {22} ?$?

Last updated date: 13th Jun 2024
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Hint: As we know that square root can be defined as a number which when multiplied by itself gives a number as the product. For example$5*5 = 25$, here square root of $25$is $5$. There is no such formula to calculate square root formula but two ways are generally considered. They are the prime factorization method and division method. The symbol $\sqrt {}$ is used to denote square roots and this symbol of square roots is also known as radical.
Here we have $3\sqrt {50} \cdot \sqrt {22}$, since both are non perfect squares so we will
factorise it under the root: $3\sqrt {25 \cdot 2} \times \sqrt {22}$, $50$ can be written as $25 \times 2$ and we know that $25$ is a perfect square and we can take 5 out of the radical so we get,
$3 \times 5\sqrt 2 \times \sqrt {22}$$= 15\sqrt 2 \times \sqrt {22}$.
It can be further written as $15\sqrt {2 \times 22} \Rightarrow 15\sqrt {44}$,Here $44$can be written as $4*11$ and we know that $4$, so $2$ can be taken out. It gives $15 \times *\sqrt {4*11} \Rightarrow 15*2\sqrt {11}$. So we get $30\sqrt {11}$.
Hence the answer is $30\sqrt {11}$.