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Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions

Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions

Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions: Lights, Camera...Fraction! True or False

1.  

evaluated at x = 4 is

-> 0

2.  

evaluated at x = -3 is

-> 0

3. The constant 0 is -> a polynomial but not a rational expression.
4. Which two expressions are equivalent to each other? ->


5. The expressions   are equivalent for:

-> all values of x.

6.

->


7. Find the quotient 

->


8. Which of the following statements is not always true? -> The quotient of two rational expressions is a rational expression.
9. Which of the following is a valid simplification of the complex rational expression

? ->



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