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Find 2/(1 + 2*sqrt(3)) + 5/(2 - sqrt(3)), and write your answer in the form (A + B*sqrt(3))/C, with the fraction in lowest terms and A > 0.  What is A + B + C?

 Oct 8, 2020
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multiply the denominators of both fractions by the conjugate to rationalize the denominator (because you get difference of squares). subsequently u multiply by the lcd of the two get rid of a fraction in the denominator and then do any simplifying u need to u should get it in that form :)

 Oct 9, 2020

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