While dividing the radicals, the numerator and the denominator must be combined into a single term, for example if we want to divide square root of 3 by square root of seven we need to combine the numerator and denominator into a single factor that is square root of 3/7, then we can divide 3/7 which is 0.4285, and square root of 0.4285 is 0.654 which is the final answer.

we need to remember while dividing similar radicals is to convert numerator and denominator into a single term, then the problem can be easily solved. By following this video students can easily learn the method of dividing similar radicals.

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