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Polynomial Fraction Simplification  Sample Math Practice ProblemsThe math problems below can be generated by MathScore.com, a math practice program for schools and individual families. References to complexity and mode refer to the overall difficulty of the problems as they appear in the main program. In the main program, all problems are automatically graded and the difficulty adapts dynamically based on performance. Answers to these sample questions appear at the bottom of the page. This page does not grade your responses.
Want unlimited math worksheets? Learn more about our online math practice software. Complexity=1, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=2, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=3, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=4, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. AnswersComplexity=1, Mode=biSimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=1, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=2, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=3, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Complexity=4, Mode=polySimplify. If the denominator is 1, write nothing (just write the numerator). If the answer is negative, put the () sign in the numerator. Learn more about our online math practice software. 




