
Demonstrates how the quotient rule for exponents is applied the same way to rational exponents.


This demonstrates adding two rational expressions that have different terms individually in the numerator and a common denominator. When the fractions are added, it creates the possibility of adding…


It's just what the title says. We use opposite operations on one side to eliminate values that are with the variable and perform the same operations to the other side of the equals sign to keep…


This demonstrates creating a multiplication in the numerator of a rational expression that will allow the expression to be reduced by dividing like factors to simply one


Demonstrations that emphasize the fact that a fraction bar acts like parentheses in that the each part of the fraction must be factored so that there is a product of factors on both top and bottomof…


Shows how to find a common denominator to use as a multiplier for each term in a rational equation (an equation with fractions) to then eliminate the denotminators and the result will be a more…


Demonstrates how to reduce a complex fraction when the technique of factoring a greatest common factor (GCF) is needed.


Simplification of two fractions withing a larger fraction. Both fractions have only multiplied factors in both numerator and denominator.


An explanation of two single fractions divided with monomial denominators and how to simplify them


This shows the last step in simplifying a rational expression, i.e. dividing out factors that reduce to one.


Shows how to distribute a division like you do with multiplication when there is one term being distributed.


A quick example of reducing a fraction by dividing matching factors on the top and bottom.


Another in a series aobut solvingi equations with multiple variables, this time taking two steps to do it/


Using long division to change a proper or improper fraction to its decimal value  repeating or terminating are the only possibilities.


Conversion using long division if you don't have a calculator handy.


How to add o r subtract two fractions with like denominaotrs and then reducing the result as needed.
