# Chapter 8 - Test - Page 621: 3

$$4\sqrt 3$$

#### Work Step by Step

We can use the product rule for square roots to rewrite the radicand as the product of a perfect square factor and another factor: $$\sqrt 48 = \sqrt (16 \times 3)$$ Because $16$ is a perfect square factor, we can take the square root of $16$, which is $4$: $$4\sqrt 3$$

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