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This is a difficult one to answer without being able to use math type. You have to multiply the top and bottom of this expression by the conjugate to solve the problem. But since I can't show you that, I will just give you the answer without the work included.

The numerator is a-2sqrt(ab)+b

The denominator is a-b

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Q: What is the square root of a - the square root of b divided by the square root of a plus the square root of b?

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