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The examples are infinite, but here are a few to get your started. Complex rational expressions are essentially fractions with variables in them that have a secondary fraction in the numerator, the denominator, or both. Examples: 1. ((x+3)/2)/16+x^2
2. (a/2)/((a-1)/a^2)
3. ((y^2-16)/(y+2))/y