
This shows how to use the LCD of the two fractions that form a proportion to simplify the equation to a quadratic equation, then solve the quadratic by factoring and check the validity of the …


The key to solving this equation is eliminating the fractions first by multiplying by the least common denominator and dividingout equal factors. Note that the integer term must be multiplied by…


This shows how to determine a common denominator when the denominators share at least one factor. A numerical version is included for more understanding, and the rational expressions are added and…


This example shows how to factor each denominator and then determine which of these factors are needed to create the least common denominator (LCD). Then the fractions are expanded by multiplying…


This is a quick example of factoring the numerator and denominator of a combined fraction where all the factors are separated in order to find those that divide to one.


A short reminder of how to reduce first and then multiply two numerical fractions. Then we apply the same priciples to reducing like factors in an example with more than one variable and numerical…


This shows the results of factoring the GCF from the numerator and denominator of an algebraic fraction and then reducing using the division of identical factors resulting in replacing them with 1…


This shows the method of using the pointslope form to write the equation, then solving that form for y to get y = mx + b.


Demonstrates distribution when radicals are invovled.


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


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


Shows how to use the given factors of two different denominators and find the LCD then adjust the fractions so they can be added
