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### FILE 17 Rational Expressions Math 0096 0097 Summer 2010

Course: CS MATH 1111 , Summer 2010
School: Augusta
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17] 1 [FILE SOME ASPECTS ON RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS(Pages 621-653) Sometimes we will encounter mathematical expressions containing fractions and we must be able to simplify them. There are several techniques that can be used to simplify such an expression. Now let us examine some of the concepts under the above heading. I. REDUCING RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS Note: To reduce rational expressions is to divide; both, the...

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