1. Look at the rational equation and determine whether you have only one fraction on each side of the equals sign or more than two total fractions. If there is only one on each side
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Fractions are among the most complicated and frustrating problems in math. In order to solve this type of problem you will need understand how numerators, denominators and reciprocals
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You just see how many times the fraction goes into 1  its the same from there. For example, if the question was 1/3p=5  the answer would be 15. This is because 1/3 goes into one
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Dividing algebraic fractions: (3x/8)/(9x/16) Invert the second fraction:
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