i need to rationalise the denominators of this $\displaystyle \frac{1}{\sqrt{3}} $
can someone explain what i need to do?
understand that rationalise the denominator means to change the denominator so that it is a rational number (i.e. no surds!)
some people rote learn maths and decide to multiply top and bottom by the denominator, which is obviously not the case, as sometimes you need to multiply by the surd conjugate.
so yeah