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For Tan how is the step go from 3 to 4

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|dw:1351961361189:dw| Now What
@HelpMe94 take lcm in denominator and numerator :)
lcm=lowest common multiple:)
it multiplies 3 to the one?
|dw:1351962341468:dw| :)
if so how do they get it to multiply with another |dw:1351962502073:dw|
to rationalize the denominator :)
as we want a simple understandable term which we are not getting from it we know that square root of 3 can only be removed when it get squared so we use (a+b)*(a-b)=a^2-b^2:)
@Aperogalics |dw:1351963946090:dw|
|dw:1351964048523:dw| is this it?
|dw:1351964016084:dw| rationalization is generally done of denominator but in some special case rtionalization is done of numerator also:)
ok thanks

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