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Algebra: Completing the equation using completing the square.
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Algebra: Completing the equation using completing the square.
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Root (14/5)
Multiplying under the root with 5 for both numerator and denominator
= root [(14×5)/5×5]
= root (70/25)
= 1/5 × root(70)
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sqrt(14/5)=sqrt(14)/sqrt(5)
Multiply numerator and denominator by sqrt(5):
sqrt(14)×sqrt(5)/(sqrt(5)×sqrt(5))=
sqrt(70)/5
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