
Two examples of distributing radicals into a sum of other radicals and simplifying in the process.


A quick distribution of a radical into the sum of two numerical terms, one whole and one radical as well.


Simplifies a complex fraction by distributing the LCD of each small fraction across the top and the bottom so that all small fractions can be swept away.


An example where the terms are expanded into their separate factors so that the common factor can be identified and extracted and the remaining factors are left to stay inside parentheses.


A quick example of distributing an external exponents to all factors in a rational expression


This demonstrates two ways of dealing with a literal equation that has parentheses which adds an extra step in the process in the first method, bu t not the second.


A somewhat fancierversion of seveal solving equation versions that should help solidify the process in your mind.


A more complicated version of solving an equation. It specifically addresses dealing with two variable terms on the same side of the equals sigh.


A simpler version of an equation that needs distribution across a set of parenthese as the first step to solving for the variable


A short example of how to deal with a fraction raised to a negative power.


The next step in understanding distribution.


Two examples of how to distribute
