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anonymous

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help with this equation please!!!!!!!

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt{3}/\sqrt{28}\]

  2. anonymous
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    \[\sqrt{3}/\sqrt{28}*\sqrt{28}/\sqrt{28} = \sqrt{3}*\sqrt{28}/28 = \sqrt{84}/24 = 2\sqrt{21}/24 = \sqrt{21}/12\]

  3. anonymous
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    math, how did 28 in the denom become 24.

  4. anonymous
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    hahahaha that's what I was just thinking! thanks!

  5. anonymous
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    lol must have been a typo

  6. anonymous
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    my bad... it was a typo.. suppose to be a 28 and the final answer is 14 not 12

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    had to of been. LOLz

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    5am here people.. cmom.. LoL

  9. anonymous
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    hahaha okay so I got the 84/28 part. lost the rest with the numbers discombobulated. so, what did you reduce after that step? could you explain please?

  10. anonymous
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    divide by 4? I am left with 21/7

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    alright, i reduced the sqrt(84) to \[\sqrt{84} = \sqrt{2^{2}*21} = 2\sqrt{21}\] so now i basically have the following simplification: (2/28 = 1/14) \[2\sqrt{21}/28 = \sqrt{21}/14 \]

  12. anonymous
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    come on come on! haha don't have all night! :)

  13. anonymous
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    patience man.. lol

  14. anonymous
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    hahaha I'm tired mayn!

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    hehe so did yu get it now ?

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    phew! I think I just might. Will get back to you after I attempt a few more on my own. Thank you very much!

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    alright, np

  18. anonymous
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    guys whatever you do finally u will end up with this answer... \[\sqrt{3}/\sqrt{28}=\sqrt{3}/2\sqrt{7}\]

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