# Simplify the fraction with radicals

I want to simplify this fraction

$$\frac{\sqrt{6} + \sqrt{10} + \sqrt{15} + 2}{\sqrt{6} - \sqrt{10} + \sqrt{15} - 2}$$

I've tried to group up the denominator members like $(\sqrt{6} + \sqrt{15}) - (\sqrt{10} + 2)$ and then amplify with $(\sqrt{6} + \sqrt{15}) + (\sqrt{10} + 2)$

$$\sqrt 6\pm\sqrt{10}+\sqrt{15}\pm 2=\sqrt 3(\sqrt 5+\sqrt 2)\pm\sqrt{2}(\sqrt 5+\sqrt 2)$$ $$=(\sqrt 5+\sqrt 2)(\sqrt 3\pm\sqrt 2)$$
For this system we implemented finding a split form for the denomiator: $$a + \sqrt{p}\,b$$ Such that $\sqrt{p}$ is a new radical. For a quotient we then have: $$\frac{c}{a + \sqrt{p}\,b} = \frac{c\,(a - \sqrt{p}\,b)}{a^2 - p\,b^2}$$ Lets give it a try: $$\frac{2+\sqrt{6}+\sqrt{10}+\sqrt{15}}{-2+\sqrt{6}-\sqrt{10}+\sqrt{15}} =$$ $$\frac{2+\sqrt{15}+\sqrt{2}(\sqrt{3}+\sqrt{5})}{- 2+\sqrt{15}+\sqrt{2}(\sqrt{3}-\sqrt{5})} =$$ $$\frac{(2+\sqrt{15}+\sqrt{2}(\sqrt{3}+\sqrt{5}))\,(- 2+\sqrt{15}-\sqrt{2}(\sqrt{3}-\sqrt{5}))}{(- 2+\sqrt{15})^2-2(\sqrt{3}-\sqrt{5})^2} =$$ $$\frac{15+6\sqrt{6}}{3} = 5+2\sqrt{6}$$