sorry if this seems to be too easy for you, but I have struggled a lot with this expression and I don't get it how they got there:
How can $\sqrt{2x^2}$ become $4x^2$ ?
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Sign up to join this communitysorry if this seems to be too easy for you, but I have struggled a lot with this expression and I don't get it how they got there:
How can $\sqrt{2x^2}$ become $4x^2$ ?
You need to multiply the numerator and the denominator by $2 \sqrt{2x^2}$ to obtain the second equation from the first.