# How do you multiply/divide rational expressions with different denominators

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How do you multiply/divide rational expressions with different denominators...

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How do you multiply/divide rational expressions with different denominators...

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find the greatest common factor of each denominator

divide the denominator to each numerator

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Least Common Denominator / LCD

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x-5 over x( x + 2)

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Step-by-step explanation:

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Step-by-step explanation:

Step 1: Find the LCD

Step 2: Express each fraction with the LCD as the denominator.

Step 3: Subtract the numerators and simplify when possible.

There are a few steps to follow when you add or subtract rational expressions with unlike denominators.

To add or subtract rational expressions with unlike denominators, first find the LCM of the denominator. The LCM of the denominators of fraction or rational expressions is also called least common denominator , or LCD.

Write each expression using the LCD. Make sure each term has the LCD as its denominator.

Add or subtract the numerators.

Simplify as needed.

We can add and subtract rational expressions in much the same way as we add and subtract numerical fractions. To add or subtract two numerical fractions with the same denominator, we simply add or subtract the numerators, and write the result over the common denominator.

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