k... so... How do you simplify these when they are in fraction form. 1. A radical over a radical 2. A radical over a non radical 3. A non radical over a radical? All help greatly appriciated! [JSC]AL(AL)AMOBOY
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Originally Posted by jscalalamoboy k... so... How do you simplify these when they are in fraction form. 1. A radical over a radical 2. A radical over a non radical 3. A non radical over a radical? All help greatly appriciated! [JSC]AL(AL)AMOBOY no need for simplification In upper math you (or from what I have seen) rarely do this
Hello, Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Be careful for this one If you have , it isn't necessarily equal to . Because a and b can be both negative. will be defined, but not For example, let's take a=-2 and b=-3. But Which is... weird
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