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Unformatted text preview: a. Restrictions: Example 2- cont. 12w 2-5w -2 12w 3 +w 2-6w 8w 2 + 2w -21 8w 2-2w-15 ÷ b. Restrictions: Lesson 5.0 Rational Expressions.notebook 3 October 20, 2009 Example 3 (Adding and Subtracting) A common denominator is the LCM (least common multiple) the denominators of the fractions to be added /subtracted. a. b. Restrictions: Restrictions: Example 4 (Reciprocal Function) Recall: The Reciprocal Function: a. b. Graph f(x). List the transformations that need to be applied to f (x) = 1/x to graph the reciprocal function: page 246 #1acef, 2bcde, 3bcd, 4cdef,5bd, 7d Homework...
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