WHICH QUADratic equation is put in rationalization method

WHICH QUADratic equation is put in rationalization method

square root of (x+1) - 1 / (x) for limit as x approaches 0

a. √a-2/(a-4) b. (√(x+h)-x)/x How do I get a. 1/(√a-2) b.1/(√(x+h)+√(x)) as the answer?

The solutions (x,y) of the equation x^2 + 16y^2 = 16 form an ellipse circle Consider the point P ( in the positive x-yplane), with x-coordinate 1. a) Let h be a small non-zero number and form...

I do not know how to rationalize the denominator under the square root because the fractions denominator is x.

A shop sells freezers and cookers. The ratio of the number of freezers sold to the number of cookers sold is 5:2. The shop sells a total of 140 freezers and cookers in one week. work...

Two friends share £280 in the ratio 3:4. Find out how much each friend recieves

sir / mam, it said just to simplify sqrt(3+2sqrt2) thank you

Rationalization Rationalization, as the name suggests, is the process of making fractions rational. The need for rationalization arises when there are irrational numbers, surds or roots (represented by ) or complex numbers in the denominator of a fraction. The following are examples of fractions that need to be rationalized: Although fractions with surds and complex... read more

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