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Choose the correct simplification of the expression a^6 b^3/a^4 b^2 Dividing monomonials

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  1. Giovanni
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    Please help, im usually good at this but some of these threw me off.

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    |dw:1361687818314:dw| use this to solve..

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    |dw:1361687959905:dw|

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    your a life saver so would it be a^2b or a^2/b?

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    it should be a^2 b

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    got it ah???

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    yup

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    :)

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    |dw:1361688787544:dw| what if i have one like this?

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    |dw:1361688836311:dw| use this

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    so 4x2/y2 ?

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    4x^2/y^2

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    check it carefully it is not 4x^2 it is |dw:1361689085944:dw|

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    so that is the simplification of the first part?

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    tell me the answer...

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    16x^2/y^2?

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    hmm correect...

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    SWEET thanks!

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