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$\dfrac{\sqrt{a}}{\sqrt{b}}=\sqrt{\dfrac{a}{b}}$

Theory

A fraction where both numerator and denominator are square roots can be simplified by taking the square root of the entire fraction. This rule applies for all non-negative real numbers where the denominator is not and can be shown by rewriting the square roots as powers and using the Quotient of Powers Property.