Step 1: | If you are dividing by a monomial, you can split the problem into pieces by putting each term in the numerator over the denominator. |
Step 2: | Simplify each term. Use the rules for exponents to simplify the variables in each term and reduce the fractions. |
Example 1 – Divide:
Step 1: If you are dividing by a monomial, you can split the problem into pieces by putting each term in the numerator over the denominator. | |
Step 2: Simplify each term. Use the rules for exponents to simplify the variables in each term and reduce the fractions. |
Example 2 – Divide:
Step 1: If you are dividing by a monomial, you can split the problem into pieces by putting each term in the numerator over the denominator. | |
Step 2: Simplify each term. Use the rules for exponents to simplify the variables in each term and reduce the fractions. |
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Example 3 – Divide:
Step 1: If you are dividing by a monomial, you can split the problem into pieces by putting each term in the numerator over the denominator. | |
Step 2: Simplify each term. Use the rules for exponents to simplify the variables in each term and reduce the fractions. |
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Example 4 – Divide:
Step 1: If you are dividing by a monomial, you can split the problem into pieces by putting each term in the numerator over the denominator. | |
Step 2: Simplify each term. Use the rules for exponents to simplify the variables in each term and reduce the fractions. |