Your work makes no sense . . .
Then at the end you add:
. . The problem I'm trying to work out is: .
If that's true, we have: .
Why are you messing around with conjugates?
I am not sure if I took down the correct notes but...
In rationalizing denominators, we multiply the denominator on both the top and bottom as such
in order to get rid of the negative we multiply by (-1) and get
again did I write my notes in the wrong way?!
The problem I'm trying to work out is
Okay, I think I get the idea.
It would help if you copied the problem correctly.
And I don't like the way they left their answer . . . very childish!
Rationalize . . . multiply top and bottom by the conjugate . . .Rationalize: .
I don't know anyone past the age of puberty who leaves a negative denomiantor.