Hi I need help with what should be a simple algebra problem, any help would be great thanks.
the square root of 3 - the square root of 2 all over the sqaure root of (3 - the square root of 2)
The question is
sorry I left an important bit out the answer has to be in the form
PS plato when you were multiplying the surd by the conjugate would the - not be outside the brackets, I'm abit confused