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 CHAPTER 5 : RATIONAL ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS 5.1 Definitions Any algebraic expression, that is a quotient of two other algebraic expressions, is called a rational algebraic expression. Thus if P and Q are algebraic expressions and Q ¹ 0 then the expression    is called a rational algebraic expression. We say that a rational algebraic expression is meaningless for those values of the variable for which the denominator Q is zero. To simplify rational algebraic expressions, we may be required to factorize algebraic expressions in the numerator and /or denominator. Operations with algebraic fractions (i.e. rational algebraic expressions) Index 5.1 Definitions 5.2 Reduction Chapter 6
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