# How to solve multiplying rational algebraic. Expretion

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by riokochan

2015-09-20T16:33:43+08:00

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Factor the polynomials, and then look for common factors. You just have to take it step by step.
2015-09-20T18:56:45+08:00

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In multiplying RAE first, get he product of the numerator and then divide it by the product of the denominator.
ex. 2/c * d/5 = 2d/5c
5x/y * x/5y = 5x^2/5y^2 = x^2/y^2
2015-09-20T18:56:45+08:00
In multiplying RAE first, get he product of the numerator and then divide it by the product of the denominator.
ex. 2/c * d/5 = 2d/5c
5x/y * x/5y = 5x^2/5y^2 = x^2/y^2