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allie_bear22 Group Title

create a radical expression with a square root denominator.

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  1. Luigi0210 Group Title
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    and to simplify it we have to multiply by the conjugate..

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    multiply top and bottom by \[\sqrt{x}+2\]

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    nope

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    Gottcha

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    -_-

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  6. Luigi0210 Group Title
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    |dw:1369765533412:dw| Ha, I hope so.

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    |dw:1369765590226:dw|

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    It better be :l

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    \[\frac{ x }{ \sqrt{7} }=\frac{ x \sqrt{7} }{ 7 }\] Like that?

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    sqrt 32 x^7

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  11. Luigi0210 Group Title
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    well it's 4rad2x^7\[4\sqrt{2}x^7\]

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  12. allie_bear22 Group Title
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    she said its right but we can simplfy the 7

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    I don't see how..

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  14. allie_bear22 Group Title
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    i asked her how ill see what she says

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    im not sure how either maybe if we times it by 2 or something

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    Is the x^7 under the square root too?

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    its not a fraction

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