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The total amount borrowed (whether by an individual from a bank in the form of a loan or

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The total amount borrowed (whether by an individual from a bank in the form of a loan or by a bank from an individual in the form of a savings account) is called the .

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Rational Expressions­ 2/15/16 Relatively Prime­ numbers that aren’t prime but their least common denominator is those two numbers multiplied together. Ex. 8 and 9. Prime Polynomial­ does not factor into polynomials of a smaller degree. To Add Fractions: 1. Find the least common denominator. 2. Multiply the denominator of each fraction to make the least common denominator. 3. Add the numerators. Fractions “Rule of Thumb”­ with variables in the denominator, the least common denominator is always the largest power. Rational Expressions “Rule of Thumb”­ If you can, factor out a non­trivial (not 1) greatest common factor first. Rational Expression­ P/Q, where P and Q are polynomials and Q ≠ 0; the numerator can be zero a

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Textbook: College Algebra
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Author: Michael Sullivan
ISBN: 9780321716811

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