# How to rationalize the denominator

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**Rationalizing the denominator with a radical in the numerator and denominator**

Rationalizing the denominator means the process of moving a root, for instance, a cube root or a square root from the bottom of a fraction (denominator) to the.

When a denominator has a higher root, multiplying by the radicand will not remove the root. Instead, to rationalize the denominator we multiply by a number. Rationalization of denominators refers to the process of eliminating any radicals in the denominator such as square roots, cube roots, or others.

To rationalize the denominator of a fraction with radicals in the denominator, just multiply both the numerator and denominator by a conjugate of the. Rationalizing the denominator is the process of moving any root or irrational number (cube roots or square roots) out of the bottom of the fraction. To rationalize the denominator, you must multiply both the numerator and the denominator by the conjugate of the denominator. Remember to find the conjugate all. To rationalize a denominator, you need to find a quantity that, when multiplied by the denominator, will create a rational number (no radical terms) in the.

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