Do the polynomials, or "giant fractions" in your high school math homework have you puzzled? Let Doug Simms, an expert tutor from free math tutoring, walk you through some easy to follow chalkboard examples. He addresses common snags and challenges in the equation simplification process, as well as some great advice about the kinds of problems that you are likely to see on your math exams. There is no reason to go it alone when Doug Simms is waiting to help you in this free video!
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