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  • 5 years ago

simplify 4 over the square root of 2 plus the square root of 3

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  1. anonymous
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    is the sq rt of 3 under the fraction or out beside it?

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    under

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    then multiply by the numerator and denominator by the congugate which is sq rt 2 MINUS sq rt 3

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    that would give you 4(sq rt 2 - sq rt 3) in the numerator and (sq rt 2 + sq rt 3)(sq rt 2 - sq rt 3) in the demoninator

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    thx

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    you're welcome. once you do that and simplify, I think you'll have to multiply by the new congugate to finish it

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