How to Solve LCD Fractional Equations?

Answer Fractions contain a numerator on top and a denominator on bottom. In a rational expression, the denominator of the fraction contains a variable. You solve equations with rational expressions by fir... Read More »

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How to Solve Quadratic Equations With Negative Fractional Exponents?

Quadratic equations describe many common natural phenomena, such as the flight of a projectile, the shape of a parabolic dish or the key to the search for maximum and minimum points of simple natur... Read More »

How to Simplify Fractional Equations?

Equations are an important part of algebra and all upper-level math. Occasionally, these equations are fractional. When solving fractional equations, the key is to get rid of all denominators by mu... Read More »

How to Solve Trinomials With Fractional Exponents?

Trinomials are polynomials with exactly three terms. These are usually polynomials of degree two -- the largest exponent is two, but there is nothing in the definition of trinomial that implies thi... Read More »

How to Solve a Set of Linear Equations?

Linear equations are mathematical expressions that contain variables and numerical constants. A linear expression can be defined as one in which the variables are not raised to any power and not mu... Read More »