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What is the main difference between tackling an irrational equation and an equation which is not rational? Is the first step that must be taken in both cases same?

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  1. anonymous
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    Not familiar with your terminology. We just do em. Give an example.

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    I am not wither...this is a hard week in class....I am getting super confused...

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    if you have a irrational in your equation you must first rationalize it in order to do you find

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