Division of Rational Expressions
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Division of a rational expression are similar to fractions.For dividing rational expressions, you will use the same method as you used for dividing numerical fractions: when dividing by a fraction, you flipnmultiply. For instance:
#[ (x^2 + 2x  15) / (x^2  4x  45) ] Ã· [ (x^2 + x  12) / (x^2  5x  36) ]# here as you see i have factored the different expressions and cancelled the common expression finally it gets reduced to nothing
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Multiplication
#a/b cdot c/d={a cdot c}/{b cdot d}# Division
#a/b divide c/d=a/b cdot d/c={a cdot d}/{b cdot c}#
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Remember that dividing by a fraction is equivalent to multiplying by the reciprocal of the fraction, that is,
#a/b divide c/d = a/b cdot d/c={a cdot d}/{b cdot c}#
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I would just turn it into multiplications.
#a/b divide c/d divide e/{f} = a/b times d/c times f/e={a cdot d cdot f}/{b cdot c cdot e}#
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Rational Equations and Functions

1Inverse Variation Models

2Graphs of Rational Functions

3Division of Polynomials

4Excluded Values for Rational Expressions

5Multiplication of Rational Expressions

6Division of Rational Expressions

7Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions

8Rational Equations Using Proportions

9Clearing Denominators in Rational Equations

10Surveys and Samples