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rationalize

[′rash·ən·əl‚īz]
(mathematics)
To carry out operations on an algebraic equation that remove radicals containing the varible.
To multiply the numerator and denominator of a fraction by a quantity that removes the radicals in the denominator.
To make a substitution in an integral that removes the radicals in the integrand.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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During the meeting, it was informed that NAB has rationalised its workload and timelines have been prescribed for efficient, effective and expeditious disposal of cases putting a maximum limit of 10 months- from complaint verification to inquiry to investigation and finally to a reference in the accountability court.
The Commissioner said that prices of essential items would be rationalised. He said the district government would protect rights of traders, shopkeepers and citizens as well.
It also approved evacuation of power from 1,320MW RLNG Power Plant near Trimmu, Jhang at a total rationalised cost of Rs4.231bn.
Evacuation of power from 1320 MW RLNG power plant near Trimmu, Jhang, was approved at a total rationalised cost of Rs 4,231.83 million.
The disinvestment-bound national carrier is discussing the possible routes that can be rationalised starting from the winter schedule next month.