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2016-05-15T12:28:39+08:00
Solution:
Multiply √2 and √6:

√2·√6=√12 

then find the common factor of 12, the number should be a perfect square. *Note: a perfect square is a product of a number that you multiply to itself.
√4·3 -------> we choose 3 and 4 because 4 is a perfect square of 2.

then apply the multiplication property of radicals: 
√a·√b
=√4·√3 
=2√3

Answer is 2√3.


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