1/ sqroot(x) - 1/2 / x-4
I first simplified by multiplying by 2sqroot(x) = 2-sqroot(x) / (x-4) (2sqroot(x)) than i was going to rationalize the numerator by multiplying by 2+ sqroot(x) but that seemed too complicated.
Where did i go wrong?
1/ sqroot(x) - 1/2 / x-4
I first simplified by multiplying by 2sqroot(x) = 2-sqroot(x) / (x-4) (2sqroot(x)) than i was going to rationalize the numerator by multiplying by 2+ sqroot(x) but that seemed too complicated.
Where did i go wrong?
Hello, skg94!
I first simplified by multiplying by .and got: .
Then I was going to rationalize the numerator by multiplying by
but that seemed too complicated. . But did you try it?
Where did i go wrong? . Nowhere . . . your work is correct!
You would have: /
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .