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A fraction reduces to 36. If its denominator is 6x^5, what is its numerator? (1 point) A. 6^3x B. 6^3x^5 C. 6x^5 D. 6^7x^5

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    obviosly x^5 must cancel out

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    So X will have x^5

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    can u nw use a similiar logic to get constant

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    @AravindG You are so much better at explaining. Just thought you should know

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    thanks @incomplte

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    B

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