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Homework Help: Algebra 2/Trig

Posted by Raelyn on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 7:33pm.

I've done every other single question besides this one. (There was 12). I'm stumped and would really appreciate some help!
I have to simplify this:
5/3sqrt(3-4)

I am not sure if you have to conjugate the denominator and multiply it with the top and bottom, then simplify from there or if the 3-4 equals -1 and you end up with i, an imaginary number in the radical. If so, I really do not understand what I would do from there. Please help!

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