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2016-10-05 19:55:21 +0200 | commented answer | what does '3*sqrt(3)' means? I think there shouldn't be any simplified output, every user wants a numerically direct ans and that is the only reason they are using the tool. So as developers I think we should make some changes to that. What you guys think? |

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2016-10-04 18:37:21 +0200 | commented answer | what does '3*sqrt(3)' means? Thank you so much. Now I got know that what I was missing. I appreciate your concern. |

2016-10-03 19:25:09 +0200 | commented answer | what does '3*sqrt(3)' means? I want to know that how can sqrt(27) can be 3*sqrt(3). I know that I can get the decimal value by using .n() or .numerical_approx() but I want to know that what does that statement really mean? and how it is useful for a user?, I mean it should directly shown the value given by .numerical_approx() function. I am very thankful that you replied to my question. Actually I am starting contributing to sage so it is necessary to understand each and every output. It would be great if you help me a bit more. |

2016-10-02 20:07:33 +0200 | asked a question | what does '3*sqrt(3)' means? I am confused in reading some results of software. Please explain me what the statement means. In the screen shot what is '3*sqrt(3)' means? and why it doesn't appears with decimal values integers? |

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