Algebra
posted by G .
Dividing Radicals
Using \/ for radical sign
\/3X / \/3
Answer in the book is 1/3 \/9X.
I thought you divide the top and bottom by 3. Then multiply. I did not arrive at the answer.

Algebra 
bobpursley
The answer in the book is silly. What is the sqrt (9)?
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