1. Which of the following is equivalent to x^2 y^2/xy^2 when y=/O and x=/o ? (1 point) x^6y5^ x^5y x^4y x^4

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1. Which of the following is equivalent to x^2 y^2/xy^2 when y=/O and x=/o ? (1 point) x^6y5^ x^5y x^4y x^4

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what is /O and /o?
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did you get it
no?
\[\frac{x^2y^2}{xy^2}\]...this is the problem?
yea
Are they saying y=x?
i think so
\[\frac{x^2y^2}{xy^2}=x\]
I'm not following what you're trying to do with that symbol
so whats the answer
can't give an answer other than that because i'm not following what that is
how about when y=0 and x=0
then it's 0
it was the last one
i guess it means x is not equal to zero and y is not equal to zero. in that case your answer will be... x

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