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  • one year ago

Given a rational expression involving a radical in the denominator, what should you do and why should you do it?

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  1. anonymous
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    you'll be told to rationalize the denominator but there is not need to follow this convention

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    why tho? to get rid of the radical?

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    yes. Rationalizing means getting rid of radicals (if possible).

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    • one year ago
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    oh okay:) thankks

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