Rationalize the denominator of $\frac{\sqrt{5}+\sqrt{2}}{\sqrt{5}-\sqrt{2}}$. The answer can be written as $\frac{A+B\sqrt{C}}{D}$, where $A$, $B$, $C$, and $D$ are integers, $D$ is positive, and $C$ is not divisible by the square of any prime. If the greatest common divisor of $A$, $B$, and $D$ is 1, find $A+B+C+D$.

Guest Jun 14, 2019

#3**+4 **

Can you make your LaTeX code display properly?

Here's how:

1) Select the code between the dollar signs

2) On the keyboard, press CTRL+C to copy the text

3) Click the LaTeX button in the editor

4) Delete the the example code

5) On the keyboard, press CTRL+V to paste the text

6) Press the green OK button

Like this:

*edit*

If you do not see the dollar signs in your question, that may be due to the browser you are using.

hectictar Jun 15, 2019

#3**+4 **

Best Answer

Can you make your LaTeX code display properly?

Here's how:

1) Select the code between the dollar signs

2) On the keyboard, press CTRL+C to copy the text

3) Click the LaTeX button in the editor

4) Delete the the example code

5) On the keyboard, press CTRL+V to paste the text

6) Press the green OK button

Like this:

*edit*

If you do not see the dollar signs in your question, that may be due to the browser you are using.

hectictar Jun 15, 2019

#4**+1 **

That is brilliant Hectictar! Thanks!

It is going int the sticky topics. Later I might combine it in one of the other threads but for now it can stand alone and people can be referred to it :)

Melody
Jun 15, 2019

#5**0 **

Just curious, Hectictar how did you make that GIF video of you doing that?

CalculatorUser
Jun 23, 2019