ok, how do you simplify: ((sqrt3)/3)+1 /(1-(sqrt3)/3)
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Mar 13, 2010 #2 vela Staff Emeritus Science Advisor Homework Helper Education Advisor 14,618 1,253 Rationalize the denominator.
Mar 13, 2010 #3 TyErd 299 0 sooo is it...((sqrt3)/3)+1 /(1-(sqrt3)/3) * (1+(sqrt3)/3)/(1+(sqrt3)/3) ??????????
Mar 14, 2010 #4 Mark44 Mentor Insights Author 33,494 5,186 Yes. What you are doing is multiplying by 1 (in the form (1+(sqrt3)/3)/(1+(sqrt3)/3)). You can always multiply by 1 without changing the value of the expression being multiplied.
Yes. What you are doing is multiplying by 1 (in the form (1+(sqrt3)/3)/(1+(sqrt3)/3)). You can always multiply by 1 without changing the value of the expression being multiplied.