# Rational Expressions

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11.4Rational Expressions

In this Math video tutorial on Polynomials we look into the field of Rational Expressions and cover the following points:

• What are rational expressions?
• What do rational expressions have in common with rational numbers?
• What are relatively prime factors?
• How to convert an algebraic fraction into a rational expression
• What the disallowed values are in a rational expression
• How to simplify the rational expressions
• How to multiply/divide rational expressions
• How to add/subtract rational expressions
• How to calculate the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of two or more monomials
• What are complex fractions? How to deal with them?
• How to calculate the value of recurring complex fractions

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