(24√3+27)/(2√3+3) (24√3+27)/(2√3+3)* (2√3-3)/(2√3-3) Numerator: (24√3+27)(2√3-3) becomes 9(7 - 2√3) Denominator: (2√3+3)(2√3-3) becomes 3. We now have 9(7 - 2√3)/3, which further simplifies to 3(7 - 2√3). Correct?
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Originally Posted by mak29 Solved incorrectly. Try again Thanks for letting me know.
computer says $\frac{24\sqrt{3}+27}{2\sqrt{3}+3}=21-6 \sqrt{3}$
Originally Posted by mak29 Solved incorrectly. Try again WHY? His solution is 3(7 - 2sqrt(3)) which is correct...
Originally Posted by DenisB WHY? His solution is 3(7 - 2sqrt(3)) which is correct... So, I am correct. Why try again?
Originally Posted by mak29 Solved incorrectly. Try again I'm so sorry . I just misread the ques. You have solved it correctly.