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12.6: Division of Rational Expressions

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rational function

rational function

A ratio of two polynomials (a polynomial divided by another polynomial). The formal definition is: f(x)=\frac{g(x)}{h(x)}, \text{where} \ h(x) \neq 0.
reciprocal

reciprocal

The reciprocal of a nonzero rational expression \frac{a}{b} is \frac{b}{a}.

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