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\[\frac{ 1 }{ \sqrt{8\sqrt{32}} }\]

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@estudier

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U supposed to simplify it?

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yes

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Well, I would factor out a 4 from under the square root...

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U understand?

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you mean \[\frac{ 1 }{ \sqrt{4*24 \sqrt{2}} }\]

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Yes, so it comes out from under as 2...

jedd
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now what?

estudier
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Oh...it is rearranging the posts....

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umm\[\frac{ 1 }{ 2 \sqrt {2 \sqrt{2}}}\] is this the answer ?

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I suppose your teacher says to not have radicals on the bottom?

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i don't know but i think this is enough (:

estudier
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We can get rid of it via a couple multiplications..

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thanx @estudier no, i hate that lol

estudier
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It's not so bad, maybe u should do it...:)

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later :C

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You will end up with 8 on thr bottom (and crap on top)