Posted by **Jen** on Monday, August 21, 2006 at 5:49pm.

Please help me simplify this:

y = x/(4-sqrt(16+x))

Rationalize the denominator. Multiply by the conjugate, or (4+sqrt (16+x)) to the numerator, and the denominator. This should simplify it.

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