# SOLUTION: for all x greater than 0 and y greater than 0, the radical expression square root x divided by 3 square root x - square root y is equivalent to 3x + square root xy divided by 9x -

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 Question 315088: for all x greater than 0 and y greater than 0, the radical expression square root x divided by 3 square root x - square root y is equivalent to 3x + square root xy divided by 9x - y how did they get this answer and can you please work it out step by step thank you Answer by Fombitz(13828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!From what I read here's how I decipher it, Is that the equation? If not, please repost using sqrt(x) for square root of x and use plenty of parentheses to know when square roots and expressions begin and end. As an example the equation above would be, (sqrt(x)/(3*sqrt(x)-sqrt(y)))=3x+(sqrt(xy)/(9x-y))