How do you simplify fractions with square roots?
Let's say I have:
How do I simplify this?
I can do the same type of thing if I have a mixed radical in my denominator. Let's say it's:
If I multiply two types of this kind of number, one adding the square root and the other subtracting, I can simplify. Let's look at our example again. With
And so for the full fraction, we have: