Hello All! Would anyone mind helping me with rationalizing denominators?

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Hello All! Would anyone mind helping me with rationalizing denominators?

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sure :)
Is there a specific formula for this?
well do u have an example problem? it would b easier to explain with one

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the first one is \[7/\sqrt{5}\]
the slash line is equivalent to a fraction, FYI :)
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ok so what you do is you multiply both the numerator and the denominator by the square root of 5. so you have 7*square root of 5 __________________ square root of 5* square root of 5. this gives you 7square root of 5 ________________ 5
does this help? sorry i dont know how to do the square root sign on here....
yes- you basically simplify the it to be 7\[\sqrt{5}/5\]
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hhaha thanks. how about this one: 8 OVER 3+ sqrt 7
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\[\frac{8}{3+\sqrt{7}}=12-4 \sqrt{7} \]

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