How do you solve roots and radical questions that have fractions underneath the radical sign? For example the following question: 1/2√4/3 - 2/3√3/4 + 2√1/12
Let us look at the posted question step by step,
by distributing the square-roots to the numerator and the denominator,
by multiplying the numerator and the denominator by the denominator to rationalize the denominators,
by simplifying a bit further,
by factoring out
I hope that this was helpful.