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This shows how to reduce fractions involving polynomials

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Extraneous solutions
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Simplify radicals
9.4 # 14
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Powers of radical expressions
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Equations involving radicals
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Solve by using quadratic formula
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Find real or imaginary solutions
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working on it together at 9:00 A.M. and at 5:00 P.M. they
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while Cicely had none, then how much longer will it
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