- Using Rational Equations to Solve a Real-World Problemby Professor Flanagan

KEYWORDS rational equation, proportion, ratio, cross multiply. MAC 1105-1.7

- Simplifying an Expression with a Rational Exponentby Professor Veczko

KEYWORDS: rational exponent, exponent, fraction, rational number, perfect square, perfect cube, square root, index, cube root, real numbers. MAT 1033-10.2

- Variation with ApplicationsBy Professor Veczko

KEYWORDS: Variation, Varies directly, varies inversely, MAT 1033-7.4, MAC 1105-2.5

- Writing a Rational Expression in Lowest Termsby Professor Flanagan

KEYWORDS: lowest terms, factor, expression, coefficient, bottoms up method, factorization, fraction. MAT 1033-6.1

- Rational Equations part 1By Professor Veczko

KEYWORDS: Rational Equations, MAT 1033-6.6

- Simplifying Complex Fractionsby Professor Veczko

KEYWORDS: complex rational expression, quotient, fraction, numerator, denominator, least common denominator, LCD, complex fraction, greatest common factor, GCF, factor, difference of squares. MAT 1033-6.5

divide, dividing, lowest common denominator, fourths, division, mixed number, common factor

- Rational Equation #7By Professor Eckhardt

KEYWORDS: Denominator, domain, factor, fraction

- Rational Equations part 2by Professor Veczko

KEYWORDS: Rational Equations, MAT 1033-6.6

- Using Variation to Solve a Real-Word Problemby Professor Flanagan

KEYWORDS variation, square, direct variation, inverse variation, joint variation, distance. MAT 1033-7.4, MAC 1105-2.5

- Finding the Domain of a Rational FunctionBy Professor Okasha

KEYWORDS: Function, Rational, Domain, MAT 1033-7.3, MAC 1105-3.1