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# Multiplication of Rational Expressions

## Multiply and reduce fractions with variables in the denominator

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## Multiplication of Rational Expressions

Multiply rational expressions involving monomials and polynomials.
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## Multiplying Rational Expressions

This lesson covers multiplying two or more rational expressions.
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## Multiplication of Rational Expressions

Multiplication of Rational Expressions Interactive
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## Multiplying Rational Expressions: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of multiplying rational expressions.
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## Multiplying Rational Expressions: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of multiplying rational expressions.
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## Multiplication of Rational Expressions Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Multiplication of Rational Expressions.
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## Traveling

Students apply their understanding of both multiplying and dividing rational expressions to represent the relationship of American travelers and the average amount that is spent every year outside of the country.
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