Why do you multiply both the numerator and the denominator of the quotient by the complex conjugate ? To "rationalize the denominator". It is the only way of getting rid of the square root sign in the denominator. For something to be simplified, there cannot be a square root sign in the denominator. Whatever you do to the denominator, you have to do to the numerator. © Algebra House
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