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How to Add and Subtract Unlike Denominators

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Part 1: Addition with Unlike Denominators

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Part 2: Subtraction with Unlike Denominators

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Part 3: Using Least Common Multiples To find the LCM of two or more algebraic expressions, 1.Factor each expression. 2.Form the product using each factor the greatest number of times it occurs.

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Citations 1.I found the rule for adding rational expressions with unlike denominators in page 445 in the Algebra 1 textbook. 2.Question number one was in page 445 in the Algebra 1 textbook. 3.I found the rule for subtracting rational expressions with unlike denominators in page 445 in the Algebra 1 textbook. 4.Question number two was in page 446 in the Algebra 1 textbook. 5.I found the rule for LCM in page 446 in the Algebra 1 textbook. 6.Question number 3 was in page 447 in the Algebra 1 textbook.

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