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Daily CST Warm-Up: (4/21/10)

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6.3 – DIVIDE FRACTIONS

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Divide Fractions You can never divide fractions! You must change the division into a multiplication by changing the reciprocal of the fraction that is behind the multiplication sign.

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Reducing Fractions You can also cross cancel or reduce the fractions after you change the division into a multiplication.

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Simplifying Expressions: You can only cancel a binomial with the same binomial after you change the division into a multiplication.

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Simplifying Expressions: Before you simplify, make sure you factor everything first!

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Simplifying Expressions: Before you simplify, make sure you factor everything first!

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Simplifying Expressions: Before you simplify, make sure you factor everything first!

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