Simplify radical expression:  where numerator is 17 and denominator is the expression square root of (14 + 3 times square root of 2) or:                                    __________17_______                               1/2(14 + 3 x 21/2)

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Asked Oct 18, 2019
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Simplify radical expression:  where numerator is 17 and denominator is the expression square root of (14 + 3 times square root of 2) or:

 

                                   __________17_______   

                            1/2(14 + 3 x 21/2)

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Step 1

It is given that radical expression is

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17 14+3 3 2

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Simplify the radical...

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17 14 32 v14+3/2 /14 +3/2 17 V14 +3/2 17 14+3/2 14 3 2 1714 3 2 14-3/2 14+32 14-32 17 14+3/2 (14-3/2) 196 18 17 14+32(14-32 178 = 3.98020

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