How do you rationalize √(1/12) ? the answer should be (√3)/6

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How do you rationalize √(1/12) ? the answer should be (√3)/6

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Rationalize the denominator you mean?
yes
You would want the denominator to be the square root of a perfect square.

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Thus you need to multiply the numerator and denominator by a value to do this
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You could also have multiplied by the sqrt(3)/sqrt(3), which would've elimated the factoring
yes, many different ways to solve ...
Anyways..understand alex?
so \[\sqrt{3/64} = \sqrt{3}/8\] ?
Not quite, I'll explain it a bit better
To rationalize the denominator, you need to remove the roots by making the number inside the roots equal a whole number.
So if you multiply both the numerator and denominator by sqrt(3), the denominator would be the sqrt(36), which is factorable to a whole number (6)
Then carry out the multiplication of sqrt(3) in the numerator
im confused, where did you get 36 from? i have square root of 3 over square root of 64
ok
sqrt(3)*sqrt(12)=?
This is the denominator
I get it now thank you
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