
 Math is dynamic and uses simple logic to find things that seem at some times out of our mental reach. For example, it tells us how to easily multiply Binomials through the districutive property when operating with Complex Numbers, and allows us to simplify the largest and most complex numbers into easier to handle parts. Truly, this is what math is about.  

 So, like you were talking about eariler, this all relates to radicals?  





 Yes, and there are many ways this helps us learn. Like in earlier discussions, simplifying radicals and expressions can help us in all parts of math. Each property used in the last part helps in the new part and so on.  

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 What I mean to say is for example you can graph arcs from all sorts of data by using a single, simple equation called the quadratic equation.  

 Really?  



