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Rationalize the denominator of 4 over quantity 5 plus square root of 2?
[20 - 4sqrt(2)]/23 is the answer for the rationalized denominator of 4 over quantity 5 plus square root of 2.
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[20 - 4sqrt(2)]/23 is the answer for the rationalized denominator of 4 over quantity 5 plus square root of 2.
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