Which of the following best describes terms that have the same degree and the same radicand? a. like rational terms
b. Like polynomial terms
c. Like radical terms
d. Like fractional terms


Answer 1


The answer is option C- Like radical terms

Step-by-step explanation:

Two radical expressions are called like terms if they have the same degree and the same radicand.

So, like radical terms ,best describes terms that have the same degree and the same radicand.

Like radicals are those, that have the same root number and radicand.

Answer 2
Answer: It is d like fractional terms.

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Step-by-step explanation:

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