How do you multiply #3 / (2 sqrt2) #?

1 Answer
Sep 15, 2015

Conventionally we do not have radicals in the denominator, so you can do this:

#3/(2sqrt2)*sqrt2/sqrt2 = color(blue)((3sqrt2)/4)#

All I did was multiply using the same radical you see in the denominator of the original fraction as a ratio that equals #1#.

There's really nothing more you can do here.