Mathematics
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Using complete sentences, describe how you would check the quotient of two rational expressions. Create and demonstrate your own example of this concept.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

You would check the quotient of two rational expressions by determining their restrictions (What value(s) make(s) the denominator zero?). Then, you determine which solution is acceptable. I hope this helps!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I understand that I just can't come up with an example that doesn't have any decimals within the answer.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

give me a min i have the answer

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Awesome, thanks.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and compare it to the dividend. They should be equal. [I'll leave the example up to you, but here's a hint: start with a divisor and quotient in the first place, and multiply them to obtain the dividend. Then rewrite the whole thing backward, so the dividend and divisor become the problem and the quotient becomes the solution.]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

and that sould give you the answer.

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