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# IA_GPS_27 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA GPS 27 6.4 RA TIONAL EQUA...

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R0907 a.s. http://faculty.valencia.cc.fl.us/ashaw INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA GPS # 27 6.4 RATIONAL EQUATIONS NAME: Useful Guidelines: * To solve an equation with rational expressions: 1. Determine the domain. 2. Multiply all the terms in the equation by the least common denominator. 3. Solve the resulting equation and check that the solution is in the domain of the equation. * To solve a formula for a specified variable, isolate that variable on one side of the equation. * To solve a motion problem, use the formula d rt = or one of its equivalents, d t r = or d r t = . * To solve a word problem: (1) Assign a variable, (2) Write an equation, (3) Solve the variable, and (4) State the answer. 1. Solve each equation: a) 1 4 2
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