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  1. Loujoelou
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    |dw:1354499303778:dw|

  2. tejasree
    • 3 years ago
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    First add the like terms in the denominator = 7 - square root of 5

  3. tejasree
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    \[3\div(7-\sqrt{5})\]

  4. tejasree
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    \[3 (7+\sqrt{5})\] --------------- \[(7-\sqrt{5})(7+\sqrt{5})\]

  5. tejasree
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    the dashed line is the fraction bar

  6. Loujoelou
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    okay so it'd bbe 21+3sqrt"5" divided by 44. :) Was just stuck at one part and you helped me with it thx :)

  7. tejasree
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    good!! I was having trouble inserting th eequation!!!!!

  8. tejasree
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    Sorry!!!

  9. Loujoelou
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    Lol it's not a prob. :) Thx for taking your time to help :)

  10. tejasree
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    :)

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