To have the simplified form,

You must have product of distinct prime numbers under the radical sign.

To solve an equation of radicals,

You have to square the term on both sides

To obtain polynomials.

In order to multiply,

You do it by combining inside with inside,

And do the same with the outside.

When you must divide,

Some rules will apply.

Besides that,

You have to simplify

To keep radicals away from down the line.

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I hope you have fun today!

## 21 thoughts on “Radical Rap”

1. pichiricarcachiri says:

that was some math fun,,, great poem!

2. My friends who are school teachers would just love this one…great fun!

1. pag sure………………. hahahahahahahahahahahahaaha

3. I have to show this one to my #2 son. He will be a Math/Econ. student at UCLA. 🙂 Have a fun week. This poem makes Math fun. 🙂

4. Viola says:

This is a good one. Yes I bet the school teachers will love this one.

5. This is cute…Although math is a foriegn language to me….This flowed nicely 🙂

6. erm ,yes, lol understood everything here, LOL, superb ingenious lady xxx I may not be around the next few days dear, changing broadband so please do not worry if im not around xx

7. Another good one my friend 🙂

8. I’m lost here jingle cos I’m hopeless at maths.the poem is great though.well done jingle.

9. signed .............bkm says:

It all equates to = a very nice addition in the world of poetry…… thanks for adding it so the joy can be multiplied…………soulintention bkm

10. have an amazing Day…
great post and yes we are enjoying are new little puppy..

11. This is creativity at its peak. Beautiful indeed Ji. I have been of the web for the past few days cos my internet was having a problem. I just say ur comments. I am happy for your son and you as well. Please congratulate him for me. He has to shine having a wonderful mother as you. Cheers!!!

1. we all were having net problems i guess emmanuel.

12. Desiree says:

Good one! : )