Simplify the following expression using suitable identities. (3 \sqrt{2} + 7 \sqrt{3} ) + ( \sqrt{2} - 5 \sqrt{3} )

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Simplify the following expression using suitable identities.
(3 \sqrt{2}  + 7 \sqrt{3} ) + ( \sqrt{2}  - 5 \sqrt{3} )

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Josephine 3 weeks 2021-10-07T13:36:43+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-10-07T13:37:44+00:00

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    2021-10-07T13:38:23+00:00

    (3 \sqrt{2}  + 7 \sqrt{3}  )+ ( \sqrt{2}  - 5 \sqrt{3} )

    \red⇝(3 \sqrt{2}  + 7 \sqrt{3}  )+ ( \sqrt{2}  - 5 \sqrt{3} ) \\ \red⇝ 3 \sqrt{2}  + 7 \sqrt{3}  +  \sqrt{2}  - 5 \sqrt{3}  \\  \red⇝3 \sqrt{2} +  \sqrt{2} + 7  \sqrt{3}   - 5 \sqrt{3} \\ \red⇝\green{4  \sqrt{2}}  \green+\green {2  \sqrt{3}}

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