# 6.2 – Rational Expressions Adding and Subtracting What is the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD)?

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6.2 – Rational Expressions Adding and Subtracting What is the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD)?

6.2 – Rational Expressions Adding and Subtracting

What is the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD)? 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples (Like Denominators): 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples (Like Denominators): 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples (Like Denominators): 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: 15 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: 40x 2 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: continued 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Examples: continued 6.2 – Rational Expressions – Add. And Sub.

Defn: A rational expression whose numerator, denominator, or both contain one or more rational expressions. 6.3 – Simplifying Complex Fractions Complex Fractions

LCD: 12, 8LCD: 24 6.3 – Simplifying Complex Fractions 24 2 3

LCD: y y–yy–y 6.3 – Simplifying Complex Fractions

LCD: 6xy 6xy 6.3 – Simplifying Complex Fractions 6xy

LCD:63 Outers over Inners 6.3 – Simplifying Complex Fractions

Outers over Inners 6.3 – Simplifying Complex Fractions