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Question by  Hannible (67)

How do you go about dividing radicals?


Answer by  uklid (43)

Square root of x is an example of a radical. You can divide one radical (sqrt x) by another by (sqrt y) by dividing first and taking the root after (sqrt (x/y)).


Answer by  alejandro107 (6)

Each radical (dividend and divisor) can be thought as a number raised to a power. In this case, the power is a fraction. So, follow the exponentiation rules about division.

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