why do we take the reciprocal of a rational expression in a division problem but not in a multiplication problem?
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amdrev johnson

Registered: 09.06.2003
From: derbyshire

 Posted: Sunday 24th of Dec 13:03 I am searching for someone who can assist me with my math. I have a very important project coming up and need some help in why do we take the reciprocal of a rational expression in a division problem but not in a multiplication problem? and interval notation. I need help mainly with topics covered in Algebra 1 class and seek help to master everything that I need to know so I can improve my grades.
espinxh

Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

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Gog

Registered: 07.11.2001
From: Austin, TX

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