# How do you simplify #3sqrt50 + 5sqrt80#?

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To simplify (3\sqrt{50} + 5\sqrt{80}), first, factor out perfect squares from the radicands:

(50 = 25 \times 2)

(80 = 16 \times 5)

Then, simplify each radical term:

(3\sqrt{50} = 3\sqrt{25 \times 2} = 3 \times 5\sqrt{2} = 15\sqrt{2})

(5\sqrt{80} = 5\sqrt{16 \times 5} = 5 \times 4\sqrt{5} = 20\sqrt{5})

Now, combine like terms:

(3\sqrt{50} + 5\sqrt{80} = 15\sqrt{2} + 20\sqrt{5})

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