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Hello sir

Sir i have sent an attachment.

Hi Aishwarya,

Whenever you have an expression of the form (a+b)/c, it is always equal to a/c + b/c. Think of it as the reverse of finding a common denominator. In the example in your attachment, a, b, and c are radicals. Nevertheless, use the above to separate it into the sum of two fractions, and work on each term individually using your knowledge of dividing radicals.

Thanks for asking,

Azeem

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