How do you simplify #sqrt6/sqrt15#?
1 Answer
Feb 3, 2016

Multiply both the top and bottom by radical 15.

On the top, you should get the square root of 90. On the bottom, you should get the square root of 225. Since 225 is a perfect square, you would get a plain 15.

Now you should have the square root 90 on the top and plain 15 on the bottom.

Do the radical tree for 90. You should get 3 square root over 10.

Now you have 3 square root over 10 over 15.

3/15 can be reduced to 1/3

Now you have the square root of 10 over 3.
Hope this helped!
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