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GM SIR,

Sir i am sending an attachment , i have a doubt and it is not an home work question.

Hi Shilpa,

In general, you divide the top outside numbers by the bottom outside numbers, and the top roots by the bottom roots (but only if the roots are the same, e.g. don't divide a square root by a cube root).

So (a√b)/(c√d) = (a/c)*√(b/d).

If the root can then be simplified, do so.

Try it out!

Thanks for asking,

Azeem

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