Hello all, I have a very important test coming up in math soon and I would really appreciate if any of you can help me solve some questions in how to multiply radical expressions. I am quite good in math otherwise but problems in factoring baffle me and I am at a loss. It would be great if you can let me know of a reasonably priced math help tool that I can use?

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