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##### Intros
###### Lessons
1. How to simplify radicals?
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##### Examples
###### Lessons
1. Convert the following radicals to mixed radicals
1. $\sqrt{18}$
2. $\sqrt{1088}$
3. -2$\sqrt{45}$
4. (7/11)$\sqrt{1250}$
5. 3${^4}\sqrt{162}$
6. 2${^5}\sqrt{-192}$
7. -4$\sqrt{29a^4b^8}$
8. 2${^3}\sqrt{250a^{13}}$
###### Topic Notes
In this session, we will learn how to convert radicals to mixed radicals. When the content inside the radical sign is a number, you can do the conversion by performing prime factorization. We will also learn how to do the conversion when the content inside the radical sign is a variable.