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7 July, 02:16

Given that a+b, is it ever possible to have

Ja + b = Va+b? Explain.

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  1. 7 July, 03:23
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    Yes, it is possible to have the sum of square roots equal the square root of the sum of the radicands.

    If either a or b equals zero, then the sums would be the same.

    Since the square root of 0 is 0, adding it to a given radical would not change the radical. Also, adding zero to the radicand would not change its value.
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