Rationalizing the denominator of a fraction word
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Rationalizing the denominator is essential when involved in a fraction calculation can not be used in those calculations because the denominator contains a real number with radical (e.g., in this case, we could not bring the same common denominator fraction). To resolve this situation, recourse to rationalize the denominator of that fraction, thus eliminating radical in the denominator. A rationalize the denominator of fractions that contain radical means to turn fraction by amplifications or simplifications in order to obtain a fraction that does not contain radicals in the denominator. If fraction EF is amplified with C, we obtain EC = E F FC .If E EC contains radicals and contain no radical C expression is called conjugated

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What
it means to rationalize the denominator
of a fraction? Rationalizing the
denominator of a fraction refers to amplification with the radical fraction of
the denominator. #Care is rationalized? The goal is to eliminate radical
rationalization of the denominator of the fraction. To understand the better method, I will take the following
examples:

**ATTENTION: 1**. When rationalize, multiply the numerator and denominator of the fraction.

**2**. When we denominator to the radical a natural number, as part (b), only amplified with the radical fraction. #La Us useful rationalization? Rationalizing the denominator of a fraction is useful to us radically different calculations.

**To retain:**

1.
Rationalizing the
denominator of a fraction refers to amplification with the radical fraction of
the denominator.

2.
The goal is to eliminate radical rationalization of the denominator of the
fraction.

3.
When rationalize, multiply the numerator and denominator of the fraction

4.
When we denominator to the radical a natural number, only the radical fraction
is amplified.

5.
Rationalizing the denominator of a fraction is useful to us radically different
calculations.

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