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2015-07-28T17:59:31+08:00
Multiplying rational expressions is the easiest among all other operations involving Rational Expressions. To multiply:
If a/b and c/d are rational expressions, then a/b x c/d=ac/bd. b≠0, d≠0.
In other words: Multiply first the numerators, then the denominators to get the correct answer. Factor if needed.
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