# How To Get Rid Of A Numerator

## How To Get Rid Of A Numerator? 0:14

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## How do you get rid of the top of a fraction in an equation?

To remove fractions: Since fractions are another way to write division and the inverse of divide is to multiply you remove fractions by multiplying both sides by the LCD of all of your fractions.

## How do you simplify a numerator?

To simplify a fraction to lowest terms divide both the numerator and the denominator by their common factors. Repeat as needed until the only common factor is 1.

## What does the numerator do?

A numerator represents the number of parts out of the whole which is the denominator. … So anything that is above the fraction bar or on the top in a fraction is the numerator.

## How do you get rid of polynomial fractions?

To simplify a fraction with a factorable polynomial in the numerator or the denominator first factor the polynomial in the numerator or the denominator. Then reduce the fraction to lowest terms by canceling out any monomials or polynomials that exist in both the numerator and denominator if possible.

## What is numerator denominator?

First a fraction is made up of two integers—one on the top and one on the bottom. The top one is called the numerator the bottom one is called the denominator and these two numbers are separated by a line.

## How do you get rid of fractions in standard form?

Standard form cannot have fractions. If they are in a fraction you must multiply each side to get rid of it.

## How do you solve fractions with numerator and denominator?

1. Step 1: If needed rewrite the numerator and denominator so that they are each a single fraction. …
2. Step 2: Divide the numerator by the denominator by multiplying the numerator by the reciprocal of the denominator.
3. Step 3: If needed simplify the rational expression.

## How do you reduce fractions step by step?

How to Reduce Fractions
1. Write down the factors for the numerator and the denominator.
2. Determine the largest factor that is common between the two.
3. Divide the numerator and denominator by the greatest common factor.
4. Write down the reduced fraction.

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## Can you have 0 as a denominator?

In general a single value can’t be assigned to a fraction where the denominator is 0 so the value remains undefined.

## Can you reduce a polynomial?

Polynomials can be simplified by using the distributive property to distribute the term on the outside of the parentheses by multiplying it by everything inside the parentheses. You can simplify polynomials by using FOIL to multiply binomials times binomials.

## Can you simplify polynomials?

To simplify a polynomial we have to do two things: 1) combine like terms and 2) rearrange the terms so that they’re written in descending order of exponent. … For example you can add 1 “x-squared” to 2 “x-squareds” and get 3 “x-squareds” but 1 “x-squared” plus an “x” can’t be combined because they’re not like terms.

## Can polynomials be fractions?

The coefficients in a polynomial can be fractions but there are no variables in denominators. The degree of a polynomial is the degree of the highest degree term. Polynomials of degree one are called linear. Polynomials of degree two are called quadratic.

## What if the numerator and denominator are the same?

We also know that when you have the same numerator and denominator in a fraction it always equals 1. For example: So as long as we multiply or divide both the top and the bottom of a fraction by the same number it’s just the same as multiplying or dividing by 1 and we won’t change the value of the fraction.

## What do you want to know about fraction?

Fractions represent equal parts of a whole or a collection. Fraction of a whole: When we divide a whole into equal parts each part is a fraction of the whole. Fraction of a collection: Fractions also represent parts of a set or collection.

## Is the numerator the top or bottom?

The numerator is the top number of a fraction.

## How do you change something into vertex form?

To convert a quadratic from y = ax2 + bx + c form to vertex form y = a(x – h)2+ k you use the process of completing the square. Let’s see an example. Convert y = 2x2 – 4x + 5 into vertex form and state the vertex.

## What is vertex form?

The vertex form of an equation is an alternate way of writing out the equation of a parabola. … From this form it’s easy enough to find the roots of the equation (where the parabola hits the x -axis) by setting the equation equal to zero (or using the quadratic formula).

## How do you move the denominator to the numerator?

If we have 1√x then it can be rewritten as x⋅x2 (because when the denominator x1/2 is moved to numerator we flip the fraction). xx2 can be rewritten as x⋅x−2 (because moving the denominator to numerator we change the sign).

## What is denominator and numerator in fractions?

In a fraction the top number is called the numerator and the bottom number is called the denominator. For example ⅘ is a fraction.

## Why do we reduce fractions?

A fraction is said to be in its simplest form if 1 is the only common factor of its numerator and denominator. … We simplify fractions because it is always to work or calculate when the fractions are in the simplest form.