## How do you multiply radicals with radicals?

Multiplying Radicals: When multiplying radicals (with the same index), multiply under the radical, and then multiply in front of the radical (any values multiplied times the radicals). Multiply the values under the radicals. Then simplify the result.

### What are the rules in multiplying radicals?

To add radicals, the radicand (the number that is under the radical) must be the same for each radical. Subtraction follows the same rules as addition: the radicand must be the same. Multiplication of radicals simply requires that we multiply the term under the radical signs.

**How do you multiply expressions?**

How to Multiply Rational Expressions?

- Factor out both the denominator and numerator of each expression.
- Reduce the expressions to the lowest terms possible only if the numerators and denominators’ factors are common or similar.
- Multiply together the remaining expressions.

**How do you solve a radical expression?**

To solve a radical equation:

- Isolate the radical expression involving the variable.
- Raise both sides of the equation to the index of the radical.
- If there is still a radical equation, repeat steps 1 and 2; otherwise, solve the resulting equation and check the answer in the original equation.

## What are the four steps for multiplying rational expressions?

Q and S do not equal 0.

- Step 1: Factor both the numerator and the denominator.
- Step 2: Write as one fraction.
- Step 3: Simplify the rational expression.
- Step 4: Multiply any remaining factors in the numerator and/or denominator.
- Step 1: Factor both the numerator and the denominator.
- Step 2: Write as one fraction.

### How do you multiply expressions with variables?

To multiply terms, multiply the coefficients and add the exponents on each variable. The number of terms in the product will be equal to the product of the number of terms.