Rationalize the denominator and simplify if necessary. keep as a simple fraction sqrt49r+3/6-8sqrtr

Rationalize the denominator and simplify if necessary. keep as a simple fraction sqrt49r+3/6-8sqrtr

Hi, I have no idea how to solve and would appreciate if you can guide me step by step. So this what I need help rationalizing : (x—9) / (√x +3) ...

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This is for my trig class. Thanks for the help!

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