# SOLUTION: {{{ (0-(10/(sqrt(7))))+9(sqrt(7)) }}} Can you help me solve the above equation? I know the answer, I just can't get it.

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 Question 135909This question is from textbook : Can you help me solve the above equation? I know the answer, I just can't get it.This question is from textbook Found 2 solutions by solver91311, Earlsdon:Answer by solver91311(16868)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Actually, neither I nor anyone else can "solve the above equation." That is because there is no equation. There is no equal sign anywhere in the expression, nor are there any variables. I can help you simplify the radical expression, however. Lowest Common Denominator is , so Simplest form has no radicals in the denominator, so multiply by 1 in the form of Done Answer by Earlsdon(6287)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Well, thre's really nothing to "solve" here because you don't have an equation (no = sign), so the best you can do is to simplify this expression...is that what you wanted? Simplify: Rationalise the denominator of the first fraction. Simplify this. ===