# Multiplying Radicals (Part 2)

How to multiply radicals that are not monomials: example and its solution.

## Example

Split √6 to √2⋅√3.

Then

first term: √3⋅√6 = √3⋅√3⋅√2 = 3√2

third term: √2⋅√6 = √2⋅√2⋅√3 = 2√3.

Multiplying radicals (part 1)

How to multiply radicals that are not monomials: example and its solution.

Split √6 to √2⋅√3.

Then

first term: √3⋅√6 = √3⋅√3⋅√2 = 3√2

third term: √2⋅√6 = √2⋅√2⋅√3 = 2√3.

Multiplying radicals (part 1)