# Explain how you can tell if a rational expression is in simplest form. Include an example with your explanation.

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jimmyrepinThe numerator and denominators will have no common factors. For example 4/6 is not in its simplest form because both 4 and 6 can be divided by 2. In simplest form this will be 2/3.