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3. A fraction reduces to 36. If its denominator is 6x^5, what is its numerator?

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  1. ikshjbdckoj
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    |dw:1360096838865:dw|

  2. Hoa
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    216x^5

  3. ikshjbdckoj
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    How did you get that?

  4. Hoa
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    6^3 x^5

  5. Hoa
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    ok, let Luis explain

  6. ikshjbdckoj
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    ok:)

  7. Luis_Rivera
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    |dw:1360024895469:dw|

  8. Hoa
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    hey Luis, 216 not 116

  9. Luis_Rivera
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    |dw:1360024987155:dw|

  10. Luis_Rivera
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    was a typo

  11. ikshjbdckoj
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    how'd yall get 216?

  12. Hoa
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    my explanation is let d is denoted as numerator, you have d/6x^5 = 36 ----> d = 36 * 6 x^5. is it clear?

  13. Hoa
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    that is 36*6 or you can write 6^3 x^5 they are same

  14. ikshjbdckoj
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    so 36* 6 = 216?

  15. Hoa
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    yes

  16. ikshjbdckoj
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    okay now I understand it :)

  17. Hoa
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    good. I am happy when hearing that. as long as you understand , you are fine.

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