## Rationalizing the Denominator – Examples and Practice Problems

Rationalization is the process of removing radicals from the denominator of a fraction. To rationalize denominators we have to multiply … Read more

Rationalization is the process of removing radicals from the denominator of a fraction. To rationalize denominators we have to multiply … Read more

The asymptotes of a function are values that a function approaches as the values of x approach a specific value. For example, … Read more

Polynomials are algebraic expressions that contain variables and coefficients along with mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication. We … Read more

Logarithms have a large number of applications in real life. Logarithms are especially used to create measurement scales that are … Read more

The properties of logarithms, also known as the laws of logarithms, are useful as they allow us to expand, condense, … Read more

The quadratic formula allows us to solve any type of quadratic equation. This formula is extremely useful since some equations … Read more

Binomials cubed exercises can be solved using two methods. The first method consists in multiplying the binomial three times and … Read more

Binomials squared can be expanded using two main methods. We can write the binomial twice and perform the multiplication using … Read more

We can perform any mathematical operation with imaginary and complex numbers. Similar to how we can add, subtract, multiply and … Read more

The magnitude of a complex number is equal to its distance from the origin in the complex plane. The process … Read more