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When you're reducing a fraction with a root as part of a binomial in the numerator of a fraction, you'll need to be extremely precise of how you reduce the fraction. Always simplify the radical first. Here we practice breaking one fraction into two in order to more clearly see which terms can be reduced and which can not.
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Simplifying Radical Expressions
Problem 1 11,379 viewsSimplify:
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