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Ans $$2\sqrt {6}$$

Given $$\sqrt {24}$$

We split it into the following:

$$=\sqrt {4\times 6}$$

Now, we use the radical rule which state that $$\sqrt {ab}=\sqrt {a}.\sqrt {b}, a, b > 0$$

So, we get,

$$=\sqrt {4}\times \sqrt {6}$$

$$=2\sqrt {6}$$

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