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1/8 ×√2=2n

 Apr 17, 2018

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Solve for n:
(1/sqrt(2))/4 = 2 n

Rationalize the denominator. 1/(4 sqrt(2)) = 1/(4 sqrt(2))×(sqrt(2))/(sqrt(2)) = (sqrt(2))/(4×2):
(sqrt(2))/(4×2) = 2 n

4×2 = 8:
(sqrt(2))/8 = 2 n

(sqrt(2))/8 = 2 n is equivalent to 2 n = (sqrt(2))/8:
2 n = sqrt(2)/8

Divide both sides by 2:

n = (sqrt(2)) / 16

 Apr 17, 2018
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Best Answer

Solve for n:
(1/sqrt(2))/4 = 2 n

Rationalize the denominator. 1/(4 sqrt(2)) = 1/(4 sqrt(2))×(sqrt(2))/(sqrt(2)) = (sqrt(2))/(4×2):
(sqrt(2))/(4×2) = 2 n

4×2 = 8:
(sqrt(2))/8 = 2 n

(sqrt(2))/8 = 2 n is equivalent to 2 n = (sqrt(2))/8:
2 n = sqrt(2)/8

Divide both sides by 2:

n = (sqrt(2)) / 16

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