HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS

HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
HOW TO DIVIDE AND SIMPLIFY TWO RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
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In order to divide and simplify two rational expressions:

1. Multiply the first rational expression by the reciprocal of the second rational expression.
2. Factor each numerator polynomial and multiply out the factors
3. Factor each denominator polynomial expression and multiply out the factors
4. Apply the fundamental principle of fractions by dividing the common factor or factors.
5. The simplest form will be the quotient of the product of remaining expressions

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