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anonymous
 5 years ago
Create your own binomial expression with a radical in the second term.
Part 1: Identify its conjugate and explain, in complete sentences, why it is the conjugate. (1 point)
Part 2: Multiply your original binomial expression and its conjugate. What happened to the radicals and why? (1 point
anonymous
 5 years ago
Create your own binomial expression with a radical in the second term. Part 1: Identify its conjugate and explain, in complete sentences, why it is the conjugate. (1 point) Part 2: Multiply your original binomial expression and its conjugate. What happened to the radicals and why? (1 point

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0xsqrt2 conjugate = x + sqrt2 (xsqrt2)(x+sqrt2) = x^2 xsqrt2 +xsqrt2  2 = x^2  2 the radicals are eliminated during the multiplaction
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