+ # Square Roots Pathway

In the same way that division is the opposite of multiplication, taking the square root of a number is the opposite of squaring it. Square roots, along with other radicals, follow similar rules to exponents. For example, The Product Property of Square Roots is one of many properties helpful in Simplifying Radical Expressions. The square root isn’t just another operation; it is a tool. Upon completion of this pathway, you will be able to use square roots in the Distance Formula to measure the length between points on the coordinate plane.

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### Concepts Covered

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• 1 Roots and Powers in Equations Try this one next!
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• 2 Solving Root Equations
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• 3 Addition and Subtraction in Roots
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• 4 Multiplication of Roots
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• 5 Division of Roots
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• 6 Dividing Roots
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• 7 Taking a Root to an Exponent
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• 8 Radical Functions in the Real World
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• 9 The Product Property of Square Roots
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• 10 The Quotient Property of Square Roots
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• 11 Simplifying Radical Expressions
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• 12 Rationalizing the Denominator
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• 18 Multiplying Radical Expressions
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• 21 Midpoint Formula
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• 22 Applying the Midpoint Formula
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• 23 Basic Midpoint of Two Points
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• 26 Midpoint Formula in the Real World
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• 27 Distance Formula
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• 28 Applying the Distance Formula
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• 30 Distance Formula in the Real World
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• 31 Basic Distance Between Points