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Factorise the numerator
Factorise the denominator
What factors you common? It is that simple.
Question 1 4c/6c means 4xc/6xc
4 and c are factors at the top; 6 and c are factors at the bottom.
So, which is the common factor? c of course

Now do the rest
I will give a hand to do Question 5
Factorise the numerator. It gives -3 x r x -2 x 2 x s
factorise the denominator -3 x 3 x 2 x r x 2
Now, carefully pick up the common factors which are -3 and 2 and r
So, the answer is -6r
Hope you understand the process
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How do I convert square roots (for example square root of 147) into a number like 7 over square root 3. is it possible to do that? Or can the TI-130Xa only convert perfect squares (like square root o


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What you are asking for is called rationalizing an irrational expression. Usually one tries to get rid of radicals that appear in the denominators. Here is an example.
Suppose you have 1/(c+SQRT(d)), and you want to get rid of the radical in the denominator. How to do it?
Recall the identity (a-b)*(a+b)= a^2-b^2. It is true for any a and b

Rationalizing a denominator (usual case)
Now consider (c+SQRT(d)). Multiply it by (c-SQRT(d))
[c+SQRT(d)]*[c-SQRT(d)]=c^2 -[SQRT(d)]^2=c^2-d
You see that there is no radical.
Now take 1/(c+SQRT(d)). To get rid of the radical from the denominator multiply it by (c-SQRT(d)). But to leave the value of your expression 1/(c+SQRT(d)) unchanged, you must multiply both numerator and denominator by (c-SQRT(d)).
The numerator becomes 1*(c-SQRT(d))=c-SQRT(d), and the denominator (c^2-d).
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Rationalizing a numerator
Sometimes, people have a radical in the numerator that they want to get rid of and have it in the denominator. The procedure is the same
Example:(c+SQRT(d)), the denominator here is 1
(c+SQRT(d))=(c+SQRT(d))*[c-SQRT(d)]/[c-SQRT(d)]. This gives
[c^2-d]/[c-SQRT(d)]
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Multiply it by SQRT(3)/SQRT(3) which is 1. This gives
SQRT(147)=7*3/SQRT(3)=21/SQRT(3)

SQRT(147)= 21/SQRT(3)

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