For this project I analyzed the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and compared it to outside sources. Presented through a Thinklink Self Reflection:

# Author: Rachel Smid

# Le 3eme Riche Mondial

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# Dividing Rational Expressions

Dividing is very similar to multiplying other than the first 2 steps. 1. Flip the fraction on the right of the division sign (÷) 2. Change the division sign (÷) to a multiplication sign and multiply normally Click Multiplying Rational Expressions to see the rest of the steps Ex.

# Multiplying Rational Expressions

When multiplying rational expressions it is very straight forward. You simply multiply across. Follow these simple steps: 1. Factor your fractions 2. Cancel out common factors in the pattern 3/1 +|- 1/2 +|- 2/ 3… 3. Multiply the numerators then multiply the denominators 4. You will now have your answer, add the non-permissible values (non-permissible […]

# Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions

When adding or subtracting (maybe even both in one expression) rational expressions the key aspect is that they share a common denominator. A common denominator means that the denominator of the fraction is all the same. To get to the point where you have a common denominator for all the fractions in the expression (if you don’t […]

# Unit 6 ~ Summary Assignment

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# Unit 3 & 4 Summary Assignment

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# Unit 2 – Summary

for terms to know refer to this link (Terms to Know Blog Post )