# Rational Expressions – Restrictions

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Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “x” :

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “x” : No factoring needed so set denominator = 0 and solve.

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “x” : No factoring needed so set denominator = 0 and solve. Answer

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “m” :

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “m” : No factoring needed so set denominator = 0 and solve.

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “m” : No factoring needed so set denominator = 0 and solve. Answer

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “a” :

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “a” : No factoring needed so set denominator = 0 and solve. There is a short cut for denominators like The answer is

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “a” : In this case c = 2 and d = 9 There is a short cut for denominators like The answer is

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “a” : In this case c = 2 and d = 9 There is a short cut for denominators like The answer is Answer

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “x” :

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “x” : Factored denominator

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “x” : Set each expression = 0 and solve…

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “y” :

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “y” : Factored denominator

Rational Expressions – Restrictions
When working with rational expressions, we must remember that it is not possible to divide by zero. So we will identify / define values that are “NON-PERMISSIBLE “. Steps : Factor completely ( if needed ) 2. Set your denominator = 0 and solve for your variable Example : Find the non-permissible replacement for “y” :

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