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Simplifying radicals in practice

Solving exercises about working with radicals, rationalizing the denominator.

The following exercises are solved in this step.

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Exercise 1.

Rationalise the following expression: [ frac{6}{sqrt[3]{4}+sqrt[3]{2}}.]

Exercise 2. [Solved only in the PDF file]

Rationalise the following expression: [ frac{sqrt[3]{x}-y}{sqrt{y}+sqrt[6]{x}}.]

Exercise 3. [Solved only in the PDF file]

Rationalise the following expression: [ frac{2x-sqrt[3]{4x^2}}{sqrt{2x}-sqrt[3]{2x}}.]

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