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\({x^{6n+7} + x^{4n-3} + x^{5n+2}\over x^{2n-2}}\)

 

I got \({x^{9n+12}}\) as an answer. am i correct?

 Jul 3, 2018
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No, that is not right!. You can only add exponents if they are multiplied together. But you have + signs on top. The right answer is: x^(2 n - 1) + x^(3 n + 4) + x^(4 n + 9). That is it. You can't do much else with it.

 Jul 4, 2018

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