These lessons help Algebra and Grade 9 students learn how to simplify rational expressions.
Students learn that when simplifying a rational expression, the first step is to factor both the numerator and denominator, and the next step is to cancel out the factors that match up,
This lesson shows how to simplify rational expressions.
This lesson shows how to simplify rational expressions (part 2).
A rational expression means that there are variables on the bottom or top of a fraction. Factor the top part of a rational expression to cross cancel a part of the variable
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