A) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A SUM AS BIG AS POSSIBLE B) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A DIFFERENCE AS BIG AS POSSIBLE C) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A PRODUCT AS BIG AS POSSIBLE D) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A QUOTIENT...
A) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A SUM AS BIG AS POSSIBLE B) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A DIFFERENCE AS BIG AS POSSIBLE C) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A PRODUCT AS BIG AS POSSIBLE D) TWO FRACTIONS WITH A QUOTIENT...
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