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Basic concepts: Square and square roots, Cubic and cube roots, Evaluating and simplifying radicals, Converting radicals to mixed radicals,

Related concepts: Basic radical functions, Transformations of radical functions, Square root of a function, Solving radical equations,

- Introductionconversion between "entire radical" & "mixed radical"
- 1.
**Converting to Mixed Radicals**

Convert the following radicals to mixed radicals.a)$\sqrt {486}$b)${^3}\sqrt{{8000}}$c)${^5}\sqrt{{160}}$d)$3{^3}\sqrt{{ - 200}}$e)$\frac{1}{2}\sqrt {25}$f)$0.5\sqrt {6.25}$ - 2.
**Converting to Entire Radicals**

Convert the following mixed radicals to entire radicals.a)$3\sqrt 2$b)$- 4\sqrt 5$c)$- 5{^3}\sqrt{{16}}$d)$\frac{1}{2}\sqrt 3$e)$0.6{^3}\sqrt{{50}}$ - 3.
**Comparing Radicals**

Rank the mixed radicals below in order from least to greatest. Do not use a calculator.

i) $5\sqrt {3}$ ii) $6\sqrt {4}$ iii) $3\sqrt {5}$ iv) $4\sqrt {6}$ v) $\sqrt {95}$

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