The Multiplication And Division Of Roots Calculator will calculate:

- The product and quotient of two roots.

**Multiplication And Division Of Roots Calculator Parameters:**

- Roots must have positive integer indices with a value of 2 or more.
- Numbers inside even roots must be positive.

√x^{a} |

√y^{b} |

Product of two roots, P = |

Quotient of two roots, Q = |

Product of two roots Formula and Calculations |
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√x ∙ ^{a}√y = ^{b}√x^{an} ∙ y^{bm}√ ∙ ^{}√ = ^{}√^{ ∙ } ∙ ^{ ∙ }√ ∙ ^{}√ = ^{}√^{} ∙ ^{}√ ∙ √ = √ ∙ ∙ = √ = Note: their may be slight variance in the equating results due to the rounding effect of the calculator when processing each step of the formula and subsequent calculations |

Quotient of two roots Formula and Calculations |

= √x^{a}/√y^{b}√x^{an}/y^{bm} = √^{}/√^{}√^{ ∙ }/^{ ∙ } = √^{}/√^{}√^{}/^{} = √/√√/ = /√ = Note: their may be slight variance in the equating results due to the rounding effect of the calculator when processing each step of the formula and subsequent calculations |

Multiplication And Division Of Roots Calculator Input Values |

The number in the first root (x) |

Power of the number in the first root (a) |

Index of the first root (m) |

The number in the second root (y) |

Power of the number in the second root (b) |

Index of the second root (n) |

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Roots represent another form of writing numbers in fractional (rational) power. This means the following expressions are equivalent

If n = 2, this index does not appear in the root but it is implied. We call it the square root of the number. On the other hand, when the index n = 3, we are dealing with the cubic root of the given number.

For example,

= 2

= 4

This result could have been obtained in a different way:

This is true because 4^{3} = 64.

The following rules are applied when multiplying and dividing two roots:

If the two roots have the same index (n_{1} = n_{2} = n), then

and

This is true because

and

For example,

Indeed,

Thus,

Another example,

Indeed,

Thus,

If the two roots have the same index (n_{1} = n_{2} = n), then

and

This is true because

and

For example, if n = 2, then

√**2**^{4} ∙ √**4**^{3} = √**2**^{4} ∙ 4^{3} = √**16 ∙ 64** = √**1024** = 32

Indeed,

√**2**^{4} = √**16** = 4 and √**4**^{3} = √**64** = 8

Thus,

√**2**^{4} ∙ √**4**^{3} = 4 ∙ 8 = 32

Another example,

Indeed,

√**10**^{6} = √**1,000,000** = 1000 and √**5**^{4} = √**625** = 25

Thus,

If the two roots have different indices m and n (m ≠ n), then

This is true because

and

This is true because

For example,

=

=

=

= 400

Indeed,

Thus,

Another example,

=

=

=

=

=

=

Indeed,

Thus,

Obviously, you don't have to make all these calculations. You just have to insert the numbers and the calculator will calculate the result automatically.

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