Hi, I'm curious why 2 divided by the square root of 2 is equal to 2? I can't seem to find any answers online. Sincerely, Olivia
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It is not. $\dfrac{2}{\sqrt{2}} = \dfrac{(\sqrt{2})^2}{\sqrt{2}} = \dfrac{\sqrt{2}\cancel{\sqrt{2}}}{\cancel{\sqrt{2} }} = \sqrt{2}$
Originally Posted by otownsend I'm curious why 2 divided by the square root of 2 is equal to 2? sqrt(2) times sqrt(2) = 2 (not divided by) Unless things are different in Toronto
Things are certainly not different in Toronto. Thanks for your help!
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Originally Posted by otownsend Hi, I'm curious why 2 divided by the square root of 2 is equal to 2? I can't seem to find any answers online. Sincerely, Olivia "2 divided by the square root of 2" is not equal to 2! it is, as other said here, equal to square root of 2.
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