Dividing Radicals Calculator is a free online tool that displays the division of two radicals. BYJU’S online dividing radicals calculator tool performs the calculation faster, and it displays the division result in a fraction of seconds.
How to Use the Dividing Radicals Calculator?
The procedure to use the dividing radicals calculator is as follows:
Step 1: Enter the index value, radicand values in the input field
Step 2: Now click the button “Calculate” to get the result
Step 3: Finally, the division of two radicals will be displayed in the output field
What is Meant by the Dividing Radicals?
In mathematics, dividing radicals is the division operation performed on radical values. It means the division of two root values. It may be a square root, cube root, fourth root or nth root. The symbol “√” is called the radical symbol. The number present inside the radical is called the radicand, and the number represented on the left side of the radical is called the index. For example, 3√9, where 9 is the radicand and 3 is the index, which represents cube root. While dividing the radical with the same index value, we can directly divide the value under the radical and the value in front of the radical.
For example, the division of 12√6 and 3√2 is as follows:
Here, the index value is the same (i.e., 2), thus
(12√6)/(3√2) = 4√3