### Concept (1)

Multiplying rational expressions is basically two simplifying problems put together. When multiplying rationals, factor both numerators and denominators and identify equivalents of one to cancel. Dividing rational expressions is the same as multiplying with one additional step: we take the reciprocal of the second fraction and change the division to multiplication.

### Sample Problems (7)

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Multiply:

(3√6x)(2√6x)

Simplify:

3x(√4x − 5)
###### Problem 2
How to distribute a radical expression.

Simplify:

(4 + √6)(3 − √6)
###### Problem 3

Simplify:

(2√10 + 3√5)(√10 − 3√5)
###### Problem 5
Multiplying radicals by simplifying each first in order to keep numbers smaller.
###### Problem 6
Distributing a radical monomial over a binomial with radicals, including simplifying the resulting product.
###### Problem 7
Multiplying radical expressions in fractions with coefficients, including simplifying before or after multiplication.