## anonymous 5 years ago 42x^(5)y^(6)z^(10) ___________________ 56x^(3)y^(9) anyone have any clue how to do this?!

1. anonymous

if you're still talking about your restrictions then it's simple you have to make sure that the denominator cannot be zero so x and y cannot be zero those are your restrictions

2. anonymous

i understand that, but i dont know how to solve it

3. anonymous

btw to type fractions you use \frac{numer}{deno} in the equation editor you'll get \frac{2}{4} $\frac{2}{4}$

4. anonymous

haha i have no idea how to do that, im not a big computer person i just need to know how to solve this

5. anonymous

well...i dont know how you can solve it... but i can simplify it... you'll get $\frac{42}{56}*\frac{x^2 * z^{10}}{y^3}$ so actually, the restrictions of the simplified version would be y cannot equal to zero