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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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MORI, THE ADEPT RATIONALIZER, UTTERLY LACKING RESPONSIBILITY (Asahi Evening News as translated from the Japanese-language Asahi Shimbun)
Kirkpatrick Sale, the Unabomber's leading rationalizer, stops at apologizing for other people's violence; he doesn't do the deeds himself.
The guys from the villages of Rozovka, Marinyh Kolodtsev, Nizhny Alexandrovka, Nagutsky and Grazhdanskiy took part in various competitive programs where they were able to show their skills and skills in the nominations "Mechanic", "Plant Grower", "Fruit and Vegetable Grain", "Veterinarian", Technologist livestock "," The forester "," Landscape designer "," Rationalizer and inventor "," Ecologist "," Brigadier ".
Hence, under the guidance of an energetic rationalizer Sergei Andriychenko the labour collective of PJSC "AZOVSTAL IRON & STEEL WORKS" Rail and Beam Shop repeatedly took high positions for elevated performance and economic indicators of work.