I am adding and subtracting rational expressions and I was wondering if the expression y+3/y+2 was fully simplified.
This is my work: y^2+4y/y^2+6y+8 + 3/y+2 = y(y+4)/(y+4)(y+2) + 3/y+2 = y/y+2 + 3/y+2 = y...
This is my work: y^2+4y/y^2+6y+8 + 3/y+2 = y(y+4)/(y+4)(y+2) + 3/y+2 = y/y+2 + 3/y+2 = y...
Simplifying algebraic expressions
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Rational Expressions A rational expression, also known as a rational function, is any expression or function which includes a polynomial in its numerator and denominator. In other words, a rational expression is one which contains fractions of polynomials. For example: The last equation also has a polynomial in the denominator, keeping in mind that thus becomes The... read more
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