
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.


Expands each monomial as a list of all of its prime factors, then showing those that both lists have in common to develope the GCF.


A qucikc look at a simple fourth root of a combined pair of them, numbers only.


Multiplication of two radicals by pairing all numbers after prime factorization and taking half of all even exponents with variables as a base.


Multiplying two radical expressions by showing the factorization of the numbers and using even exponents to remove variable factors.


This type of equation is solved by factoring a GCF from both terms once the proper form is achieved. Then the zero product property allows the separation of the two factors into two solvable linear…


The f irst basic addition/subtraction of fractions that don't have the same denominators.


Given two fractions with different denominators, we will find the LCD (least common denominator) for these fractions. The answer is larger than or equal to both denominaotrs, but is the smallest…


Demonstration of how a single fraction is reduced to its lowest terms. There is also a review of finding the greatest common factor for two larger numbers by prime factorization.


