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    The numerator is already rationalized, isn't it? I'm not really sure, but the answer isn't 2.
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    Re: Radicals - Rationalizing

    Quote Originally Posted by Mathnood768 View Post

    The numerator is already rationalized, isn't it? I'm not really sure, but the answer isn't 2.
    You are being asked to rationalize the fraction and then state what the radicand is in this form.

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    Re: Radicals - Rationalizing

    Quote Originally Posted by Mathnood768 View Post

    The numerator is already rationalized, isn't it? I'm not really sure, but the answer isn't 2.
    \frac{2}{\sqrt3}=\frac{2\sqrt3}{3}
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