How to multiply the rational expressions ?
If A/B and C/D are rational expressions and B and D are non-zero then,
Step 1 :
If the given two rational expressions are based multiplied, we have to multiply the numerator and numerator and multiply the denominator by the denominator.
Step 2 :
If it is possible do factoring and using algebraic identities find factors and simplify.
Step 3 :
After cancelling as much as possible, the left overs are answer.
Note :
Sometimes it may be necessary to use factorization and algebraic identities.
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Multiply numerators and denominators.
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