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A fraction has a denominator of 3 + 4i. What is multiplied with the fraction to rationalize the fraction?
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A fraction has a denominator of 3 + 4i. What is multiplied with the fraction to rationalize the fraction?
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To get a real number out of an imaginary number, you multiply by its conjugate. The conjugate of a+bi is abi, so the conjugate of 3+4i is 34i. So, you multiply by \[\frac{34i}{34i}\] to rationalize it.
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