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# Simplifying Rational Expressions

## Factor numerator and denominator and cancel

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## Simplifying Expressions - Overview

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## Simplifying Division Expressions - Overview

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## Simplifying Rational Expressions - Overview

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## Simplifying Expressions - Example 1

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Simplifying Expressions by Combining Like Terms

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## Simplifying Expressions - Example 2

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Simplifying Expressions by Distributing and Combining Like Terms

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## Simplifying Division Expressions - Example 1

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Simplifying Division Expressions Involving Integers

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## Simplifying Division Expressions - Example 2

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Simplifying Division Expressions Involving Decimals

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## Simplifying Division Expressions - Example 3

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Simplifying Division Expressions Involving Fractions

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## Simplifying Rational Expressions - Example 1

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Simplifying Rational Expressions by Dividing out Monomials

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## Simplifying Rational Expressions - Example 2

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Simplifying Rational Expressions by Dividing out Binomials

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## Simplifying Rational Expressions - Example 3

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Simplifying Rational Expressions by Reorganizing Opposites

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