Can anyone help me figure this problem out step by step? All help would be appreciated. 3/6-√2 √=radical
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Originally Posted by typaradise Can anyone help me figure this problem out step by step? All help would be appreciated. 3/6-√2 √=radical use the conjugate so we have its conjugate is mult the numerator and denominator by the conjugate to get
Last edited by TheEmptySet; April 19th 2008 at 06:02 PM. Reason: typo
OMG Thanks. But can you explain after you multiply by conjugate how did you get the negative for the radical.
Originally Posted by typaradise OMG Thanks. But can you explain after you multiply by conjugate how did you get the negative for the radical. It shouldn't have been negative. I fixed my post above. Good luck.
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