Algebra II

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Rationalize the denominator and simplify...

radical 44x^2/radical 11 +3

Help would be appreciated :)

  • Algebra II -

    you have

    2x√11/(√11+3)

    multiply by √11-3 up and down:

    2x√11(√11-3)/(√11+3)(√11-3)

    (2x*11 - 6x√11)/(11 - 9)
    (22x - 6x√11)/2
    11x - 3√11 x

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