# What is the following sum? 5(3 sqrt)+9(3 sqrt)

Answer: This is the concept of arithmetic, we are required to calculate the following;
5sqrt(3)+9sqrt(3)
Here we shall take the two terms to be like terms;
thus;
5sqrt(3)+9sqrt(3)
=14sqrt(3)
Thus the answer is:
14sqrt(3)

Step-by-step explanation:

we have

Factor the term

Combine like terms

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A square garden has an area of 103 square feet. To the nearest tenth, what is the length of one side of the garden?

A.
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B.
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C.
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D.
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7 less than 4 times b

So if your intention is to put this into the form of an expression, then it would be 4b - 7 since it is supposed to be 7 less than (subtract) 4 times b(4b, or 4 x b).
Hope this helps!
Answer is =4b-7 or 4(b)-7