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```        Respected Sir/Ma'am,
If x + (p+2q)^1/2+(p-2q)^1/2         and q # then prove qx^2
(p+2q)^1/2 - (p-2q)^1/2                            -px +q=0
Please Suggest the right approach to this Problem keeping in mind That i am in 9th Grade```
7 years ago

Prudhvi teja
83 Points
```										Dear neel
For any type of problesm just follow rationalisation
first rationalise denominator of (p+2q)^1/2+(p-2q)^1/2  /(p+2q)^1/2 - (p-2q)^1/2
and you will get p+(p2-4q2)0.5/2q
now 2qx+p = -(p2-4q2)0.5) i..e send all root terms on otherside
now square on both sides
and just devide both sides by 4q you will get answer

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