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simplyfy assume that no vaiable equals 0

Refer to your rules for exponents
2m^2n^-1 or 2m^2/n

\[2m ^{2}n ^{-1}\] or (sometimes preferred)\[2m ^{2}/n\]

now just cancel stuff.

If dividing subtract

Polpak, how do you get that line in your fractions (the long line??

good question i wish i knew it would make typing the equations out alot easier

im new to the whole program so i just make it look as close as i can

Let me try it: \frac{8345}{5432}

it didn't work for me!

i worked the problem out and i got the answer as 8m^2n^-2

no wait negitive 1 not ^-2

\[8m^2n^-1\]

It should be
\[\frac{2m^2}{n}\]

So you have it right for m and n, just forgot to divide the leading coefficients.

ok

Also when typing negative exponents in latex you have to use n^{-1}

ok

Did you figure it out radar?

Not yet don't want to slow down themudbug93 while he is on a roll

Try (with no spaces):
\ [ \frac{1234}{4321}\]

\[\frac{1234}{4321}\]

You got it npw =)

Thanks a lot.

For more info see: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Mathematics

I fanned you but did not see it increment!

Sometimes it takes a second to refresh. It looks like it worked though ;)

\[\frac{8m^{3}n^{2}}{4mn^{3}}\]
Eureka!!!