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How do I simplify 

 

5x^4y^3/x^2y

 

thanks

Walthamx  Feb 26, 2018

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=  5 x^(4-2)  y^(3-1)

    5 x^2 y^2

ElectricPavlov  Feb 26, 2018
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=  5 x^(4-2)  y^(3-1)

    5 x^2 y^2

ElectricPavlov  Feb 26, 2018
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Is it right? I write my essay presenting the following result:

 

5x^4y^3/x^2y = 5x^2y^4

 

as y^3 multiplied by y^1 = y^(3 + 1) = y4

marydejong  Feb 27, 2018
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