2√3 + √3 is equals to (1) 2√6 (2) 6 (3) 3√3 (4) 4√6​

Answer: (3) 3√3

It is an example of adding two irrational numbers.

2√3 + √3

We can see that there are two terms that contain two √3, one with coefficient 2 and the other with coefficient 1, and there would be 2 + 1 = 3.

On taking out √3 as common factor

√3(2+1) = √3(3) = 3√3

2√3 + √3 = 3√3

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