# Algebra

Rationalize the denominator. The twos are outside of the square root signs.
5/(sqrt14)-2 x (sqrt14)+2/(sqrt14)+2
The answer is sqrt14+2/2 I am having trouible understanding hoe to get rid of the 5

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1. I figured it out after staring at what steps I already had written down.

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