algebra
posted by poo .
ã18/ã8 ã2
a)ã3
b)3
c)3ã2
d)9ã2/6
please omit the first question thanks

poo, on my Mac, the √ symbol did not show up, I got a ã ,
but I know what you meant ....
what computer do you have ?
√18/√8  √2
= 3√2/2√2  √2
= 3/2  √2
we could form a common denominator of 2 to get
(32√2)/2 
sqrt 18/sqrt 8  sqrt 2
3 sqrt 2 / 2 sqrt 2  sqrt 2
= (3/2)  sqrt 2
I bet you left out a parenthesis
try
sqrt 18/(sqrt 8  sqrt 2)
3 sqrt 2/(2 sqrt 2  sqrt 2)
3 sqrt 2/sqrt 2
3 
Reiny i have dell and im doing what you said to do
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