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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.
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Summary: DUBAI -- The Power Rationalising Team of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has developed clear-cut plans to cut back on power consumption across RTA agencies, beside following-up and reviewing measures and mechanisms in place to assess the implementation by RTA agencies, the authority said on Sunday.
I LIKE the majority of people cannot understand the logic of rationalising the Coastguard Service and especially the proposed closure of Holyhead and other Coastguard Stations.
We have demanded the government to save the textile industry from severe crisis by rationalising polyester staple fibre (PSF) tariff to decrease the cost of yarn so that our value-added sector becomes more competitive in the international market," APTMA's spokesman said here on Wednesday.
Summary: A team of Maghreb high executives Saturday concluded their works at the headquarters of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) Secretariat-General in Rabat by agreeing to create a Maghreb centre for rationalising use of irrigation water.
Prepaid cards will also help consumers in rationalising their monthly budgets, Al Barak said.