# Week 3 in Precalc 11

This week in Precalc 11 we learned how to simplify radical expressions. We learned about how to write mixed radicals as an entire radical.

An example of this is that you would take a mixed radical and solve it to simplify it.

2 $\sqrt[2]{7}$

and then the next step is that you would add the 2 underneath it for example under the radical it would look like 2-2-7

then the second step would be to multiply it together which would be 28

so then 2 $\sqrt[2]{7}$ would equal to $\sqrt[2]{28}$

I struggled a lot with the first day of learning how to solve to make it more simple, but once I worked on looking and breaking down what the equation was in my head it ended up being much easier, lately ive struggled with over complicating the questions in my head and then getting them wrong.