www.mesacc.edu/~pikeu/mat120/notes/rational/add_subtract/add_subtract.html

Click on the link if you need to review the steps for finding the LCD. Step 3: Find
the ... Step 7: Simplify or reduce the rational expression if you can. ... Step 4:
Combine the fraction by adding or subtracting the numerators and keeping the
LCD.

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SOLUTION: when you simplify a rational expression, why are the numerator and
... First of all, you do not need the LCD when adding and subtracting; you only ...

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Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions with Unlike Denominators. There
are a few steps to follow when you add or subtract rational expressions with ...

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Adding rational expressions with the same denominator is the simplest place to
start, so let's begin there. ... You know how to do this with numeric fractions.

www.mcckc.edu/tutoring/docs/bt/algebra/Adding_and_Subtracting_Rational_Expressions.pdf

what you must do when you add or subtract rational expressions. We seek the ...
least common denominator, LCD, of a collection of denominators is the smallest
expression ... We need additional factors of 3 and m n in our denominator. Hence
...

www.sparknotes.com/math/algebra2/rationalexpressions/section2.rhtml

A summary of Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions in 's Rational ... the
least common denominator--i.e. all the factors in the LCD that do not appear ...
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into ...

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Let us make it easier for you by simplifying things. ... Adding or subtracting
rational expressions with the same denominator is like ... We like being able to do
things we did earlier, because it means we need to learn less new stuff. Our
brains are getting full. To find the LCD of a pair of fractions, we first factor the
denominators...

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Adding (or subtracting) rational expressions (algebraic fractions) requires a ...
You need a common denominator to add numerical fractions, ... If any
denominator is not the LCD, multiply that numerator and denominator by the
SAME value that ...

ctle.hccs.edu/gcpass/PREPMath/prepmath_Rational_Expressions3.htm

The following steps will help you to add or subtract rational expressions. ... Since
the denominators are the same, all we need to do is subtract the numerators and
keep the ... Since the denominators are different, we first need to find the LCD.

www.mathplanet.com/education/algebra-1/rational-expressions/add-and-subtract-rational-expressions

If the two rational expressions that you want to add or subtract have the same ...
The easiest way to do this is to multiply the denominators with each other, but that
... usually easiest computations is to find the least common denominator (LCD).