# Is there any easiest form to solve this question?

The question is: (124^1/2 + 48^1/2)/(96^1/2)

Ans: a 2(6^1/2) b 2 c 6(2^1/2) d 2/(6^1/2)

Note by Mehdi Balti
3 years ago

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$$(124^{1/2} + 48^{1/2})/96^{1/2}=\dfrac{ 124^{1/2} } {96^{1/2}}+\dfrac{ 48^{1/2} } {96^{1/2} }=\color{red}{ \dfrac{ 31^{1/2} } {24^{1/2}}+\dfrac{ 1} {2^{1/2} }} \neq~any~of~the~given~above.$$

- 2 years, 12 months ago

Can you recheck the problem if it is correct or not? because the expression is positive and all the options are negative.

- 3 years ago

- 2 years, 12 months ago

Sorry 4 misprint .I uploaded it after correction :)

- 2 years, 12 months ago

$$124^{\frac 1 2}+\left (\dfrac {216} {96}\right )^{\frac 1 2}=124^{\frac 1 2}+ 1.5$$

- 3 years ago