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  1. emily9102
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  2. Denebel
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    Remember to rationalize, you would need to multiply top and bottom by a conjugate. Do you remember how the conjugate works?

  3. emily9102
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    \[\frac{ 36 }{ 71 } +4\sqrt{10}\over71\]

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    i had that but i dont think its correct

  5. emily9102
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    36/71 is supposed to be on the outside, not the top. typo

  6. Denebel
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    \[\frac{ 36+4\sqrt{10} }{ 71 } ?\]

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    thats the answer?

  8. Denebel
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    Is it incorrect?

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    idk. i only have 1 chance to enter it so i want to make sure its right

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