In math, simplification, or simplify, refers to the process of rewriting an expression in a simpler or easier to understand form, while still maintaining the same values.
How do you simplify trigonometry expressions?
To simplify a trigonometry expression, use trigonometry identities to rewrite the expression in a simpler form. Trigonometry identities are equations that involve trigonometric functions and are always true for any value of the variables.
How do you simplify expressions with fraction?
To simplify an expression with fractions find a common denominator and then combine the numerators. If the numerator and denominator of the resulting fraction are both divisible by the same number, simplify the fraction by dividing both by that number. Simplify any resulting mixed numbers.