Q. 9

# The simplest rationalising factor of 2√5 - √3 is

A. 2+3

B. 2+

C.

D.

Answer :

Simplest rationalizing factor of 2√5 - √3

= 1/(2√5 - √3)

= 2√5 + √3

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