This video offers some insight into a few more difficult concepts of mathematics by teaching you how to multiply algebraic fractions. Given polynomials in fraction form, you should first try to factor all your polynomials into their simplest form in the hopes that some factors will be able to cancel each other out. After performing these steps, you can then combine your factored polynomials together in order to get your final product. The various examples provided in this video will offer good insight and practice for those who would like to practice this.
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