What is the following quotient?

Square root of 120/square root of 30

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What is the following quotient?

Square root of 120/square root of 30

The square root of 120 is 10.9545.

The square root of 30 is 5.47723.

10.9545 divided by 5.47723 is approximately 2.0000073

Decimal: 5.66478

Step-by-step explanation:

√6 + √11 / √5 + √3

= √3 + 1/5 √55 + √6

6.382219183

Step-by-step explanation:

If you put it in a calculator it tells you :/

2

Step-by-step explanation:

Rationalize the denominator to solve this:

[tex]\frac{\sqrt{120} }{\sqrt{30} } *\frac{\sqrt{30} }{\sqrt{30} }[/tex]

When you multiply out the denominator, you get 30, which is why we do this. The product of the numerator is the square root of 3600 which is a perfect square. 60 * 60 = 3600. Therefore, the quotient is 60 / 30 = 2

[tex]x^{3}y^{3}\sqrt{(\frac{3}{5})y}[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

we have

[tex]\sqrt{\frac{3x^{12}y^{10}}{5x^{6}y^{3}}}[/tex]

Rewrite the expression

we know that

[tex]\frac{3x^{12}y^{10}}{5x^{6}y^{3}} =(\frac{3}{5})(\frac{x^{12}}{x^{6}})(\frac{y^{10}}{y^{3}})[/tex]

simplify

[tex](\frac{3}{5})(\frac{x^{12}}{x^{6}})(\frac{y^{10}}{y^{3}})=(\frac{3}{5})x^{6}y^{7}[/tex]

substitute

[tex]\sqrt{(\frac{3}{5})x^{6}y^{7}}=x^{3}y^{3}\sqrt{(\frac{3}{5})y}[/tex]

the answer would be 2 square root of 3

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