• #### Rational Exponents - Problem 2

How to rewrite radicals as rational exponents.
• #### Rational Roots Theorem - Concept

##### Math›Algebra 2›Factoring
How to use the rational roots theorem.
• #### Rational Roots Theorem - Problem 1

##### Math›Algebra 2›Factoring
How to find the rational roots of a polynomial.
• #### Simplifying Rational Functions with Factoring and GCFs - Problem 14

##### Math›Algebra›Rational Expressions and Functions
Strategy for "clearing" complex, or double fractions where a sum or difference of fractions is embedded in another fraction.
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• #### Rules for Rational Exponents - Concept

How to simplify an expression with rational exponents.
• #### Rules for Rational Exponents - Problem 4

How to simplify a product of radicals using rational exponents.
• #### Rules for Rational Exponents - Problem 1

How to simplify a product or quotient using rational exponents.
• #### Limits at a Glance - Problem 1

##### Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to quickly find the limit of a rational function as x goes to infinity.
• #### Limits at a Glance - Problem 3

##### Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to quickly find the limit of a rational function as x goes to infinity.
• #### Rules for Rational Exponents - Problem 2

How to simplify an expression using rational exponents.
• #### Rules for Rational Exponents - Problem 3

How to simplify an expression with radicals and rational exponents.
• #### Simplifying Radicals using Rational Exponents - Concept

How to use rational exponents to simplify higher power and indexed radicals.
• #### Rational Exponents - Concept

How to understand the correlation between radicals and fractional exponents.

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• #### Rational Exponents - Problem 1

How to rewrite fractional exponents as a radical.
• #### Rational Exponents with Negative Coefficients - Problem 2

How to evaluate a rational exponent with an odd root (an odd power) of a negative number.
• #### Simplifying Radicals using Rational Exponents - Problem 1

How to simplify a higher degree radical using rational exponents.