theres this question which i can't seem to get the right answer to...
3+ square root of 24 / 2 + square root of 6
you need to put it in the form of a + b square root of c / d
the answer is 6- square root of 6 / 2 buut i can't get it!!
To get 2 under the line instead of a surd, multiply the entire fraction by 1,
in such a way, that you get an integer under the line.
This means getting rid of the surd part of the denominator.
To do this, change the sign of one of the 2 values in the denominator to form this fraction.
Either way leads to the answer.
Solving the simultaneous equations gves