Rationalizing denominators- please walk me through the steps to solve this problem--

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Rationalizing denominators- please walk me through the steps to solve this problem--

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\[8\sqrt{2}/\sqrt{3}\]
the slash line is equivalent to a fraction line
multiply the fraction by - sqrt3/-sqrt3 that is \[\sqrt{3} / \sqrt{3}\] that gives you \[8 \sqrt{6} /3\]

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got it. now final one is 8 over 3+\[\sqrt{7}\]
do I multiply 8 by 3 and sqrt 7? and if so, what do I keep as denom?
no the final answer is 8 multiplied by square root of 6 the whole thing over 3 my answer is the final answer because you are multiplying by root 3 / root3 which is 1 that does not change the value of the fraction so the answer i typed is the final answer
where did you get sqrt 7 from ?
that is not the answr, that is part of the problem: the problem is 8 OVER 3 PLUS sqrt7. haha sorry about that!
let me know what answer you came up with
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