What I learned this week is how to write an entire radical from a mixed radical. The first thing you do is look at the square root number or cube root. Than the number that is in front you multiply it by your perfect square and after it is done you have to multiply the number that is inside of the square root by your first number squared. I found it easier to calculate it when its in a fraction cause you just square the number on the top and what is done at the top must be done as well at the bottom. Then you multiply that fraction by the one in the square root. That is how you write an entire radical from a mixed radical. Here is the example that I did from the workbook and since you can’t have negatives inside a square root you leave it on the outside, and that is what I shown in my answer. Also don’t forget to simplify the fraction if it is possible.