## What is a rational expression example?

In other words, we can say a

**rational**number is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and the denominator are integers.**Examples**of**rational expression**are 5/x − 2, 4/(x + 1), (x + 5)/5, (x^{2}+ 5x + 4)/(x + 5), (x + 1)/(x + 2), (x^{2}+ x + 1)/2x etc.## How do you write a rational expression in lowest terms?

## How do you express rational expressions in simplest form?

## What does a rational expression look like?

A

**rational expression**is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and/or the denominator**are**polynomials. Here**are**some examples of**rational expressions**. The last one may**look**a little strange since it is more commonly written 4×2+6x−10 4 x 2 + 6 x − 10 .## How do you identify a rational expression?

**Rational expressions**are fractions containing polynomials. They can be simplified much like numeric fractions. To simplify a

**rational expression**, first

**determine**common factors of the numerator and denominator, and then remove them by rewriting them as

**expressions**equal to 1.

## What are 5 examples of rational numbers?

Examples of Rational Numbers

5 |
You can express 5 as 51 which is the quotient of the integer 5 and 1. |
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2 | You can express 2 as 21 which is the quotient of the integer 2 and 1. |

√9 | Is rational because you can simplify the square root to 3 which is the quotient of the integer 3 and 1. |

## What are 10 examples of rational?

If a

**number**is expressed in the form of p/q then it is a**rational number**. Here p and q are integers, and q is not equal to 0. A**rational number**should have a numerator and denominator.**Examples**:**10**/2, 30/3, 100/5.## What are 3 examples of rational numbers?

Any

**number**in the form of p/q where p and q are integers and q is not equal to 0 is a**rational number**.**Examples of rational numbers**are 1/2, –**3**/4, 0.3, or**3**/10.## What are the six types of rational numbers?

**Let’s look at some examples of**

**rational numbers**to help you better classify them.- Natural
**Numbers**. Natural**numbers**are**numbers**used for counting and ordering. - Whole
**Numbers**. **Integers**.- Proper Fractions.
- Improper Fractions.
- Mixed Fractions.
- Decimal
**Numbers**. - Irrational
**Numbers**.

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