# Can someone please provide an example problem showing multiplying and dividing rational expressions? I'm trying to get ready for

a DBA tomorrow. Thank you!

2 answers:

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To multiply rational expressions, simply multiply the numerators together (the tops) and the denominators together (the bottoms).

For example:

To divide by a rational expression, multiply by its reciprocal. In other words, flip the fraction, then multiply.

For example:

I hope this helps... good luck

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