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can someone please solve or calculate (d)/(19f^2)/(d^4)/(8f^3)? Every time I try I get 1/152d^3f^5. The possible answers are: A.8f/19d^2 B.8f/19d^3

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    \[\Large {d \over {19f^2 \over {d^4 \over 8f^3 }}}\] Is this the question?

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    yes =)

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    Sorry for taking so long... Your answer is correct.

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    wait, i see there can be a huge confusion. There is a difference between (d)/(19f^2)/(d^4)/(8f^3) and [(d)/(19f^2)]/[(d^4)/(8f^3)] if we take the latter, the answer is: 8f/19d^3

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    great thanks

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    so yeah, we have to be 100% sure of what the fraction actually looks like

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