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# Can anybody answer this algebra question? watch

1. Express 2 over 3 - √3 in the form a+b√3, where a and b are rational numbers to be found
2. multiply 2 over 3-root3 by 3+root3 over 3+root3, and it will lead to the required form
3. (Original post by Mathsgu)
Express 2 over 3 - √3 in the form a+b√3, where a and b are rational numbers to be found
What you don't want is any roots in the denominator multiply top and bottoms by root3 until you end up with no roots in the denominator.

Edit: ignore my post, I missed the fact that you would have to follow as the comment above

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