How do you simplify #sqrt(4/3) -sqrt(3/4)#?
Break down the square roots, find common denominators, then combine and get to
Let's start with the original:
In order to subtract the two fractions, we need a common denominator. So let's first break the square roots apart and work with the results:
The denominator is going to be
And now we'll multiply by another form of 1 to get the square root out of the denominator: