In this tutorial, we learn how to add rational expressions. When you have two rational expressions, you will first need to factor every denominator. After this, find the lowest common denominator from all of them. After this, rewrite every fraction so it has the lowest common denominator for the denominator. Leave it in factored form for the denominators. Multiply the top and the bottom to find the answer for each of the fractions in the equation. When finished, make sure you find the most simple form of the fraction you end up with. Now you will be finished and can move onto different equations.
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