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Unformatted text preview: polynomial expressions in which the denominator has a variable (non-constant term). ******When solving a rational equation, you MUST check your answer(s) to make sure the answer you get does not make the denominator zero (which is undefined). You must exclude any of these values. An extraneous solution is a solution that does not satisfy the original equation. Many rational equations have extraneous solutions so it is very important for you to check your answers to these equations. Solve each of the following equations algebraically. Ex. 1: Ex. 2: Ex. 3:...
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