The missing terms for the given polynomal p, q, r, and s such that q neq 0 text{and} sneq 0, pq cdot frac{r}{s}=frac{pr}{qs}

Tazmin Horton 2021-02-06 Answered
The missing terms for the given polynomal p, q, r, and s such that
q0 and s0, pqrs=prqs
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Answered 2021-02-07 Author has 109 answers
Polynomials can be multiplied by applying the distributive property of multiplication over addition and then combining the like terms. The resulting expression is a polynomial of degree equal to sum of the degrees of the two polynomials
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Consider two rational functionf(x)=pq and g(x)=rs, such that the polynomials q and s are not zero, then the product f(x)g(x) will be a rational function defined bypqrs Thus, for polyn omials p, q, r and s such that q0 and s0,pqrs=prqs
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