1/2√7 + 2√3 - 1/3√7 + √3
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I'll assume its the first one since we are supposed to rationalise a denominator.
Now times top and bottome by to rationalise the denominator.
I think it's :
Sorry, I meant:
1/(2√7 + 2√3) - 1/(3√7 + √3)
LOL, I was thinking of putting brackets but hesitated.
Originally Posted by sudha_14 I think it's :
Now to rationalise the denominator times the fraction (bottom and top) by the conjugates of the two surds to make the two factors rational.
Now, I leave it up to you to expand the top...
pretty fast....ur reply i mean....
i'm so slow at typing the math tag....
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