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    Help me Simplify and expalin please

    [x^2 * 4/(sqrt 8x-1)] + [2x * sqrt(8x-1)]

    The solution is [2x(10x-1)] / [sqrt (8x-1)]

    How do I get to that answer
    Last edited by Karen; October 2nd 2011 at 01:38 PM.
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    Re: Help me Simplify and expalin please

    If you want a common denominator then mutliply the second term with \frac{\sqrt{8x-1}}{\sqrt{8x-1}}
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