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I think I have the right answer, can you please check? Question is in comments.

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  1. bookworm00981
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    \[\frac{3x^4}{y^3}\div \frac{6x^2}{y^2}\]

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    thats the question, heres what I think the answer is.

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    \[\frac{ 2x^2 }{ y }\]

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    Say to simplify by division.

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    No, small error.

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  6. bookworm00981
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    what is it?

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    try again...............

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    ok, lets see.

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    but we're not multiplying.

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    You canceled wrong

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  11. primeralph
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    turn the one on the right upside down and simply multiply

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  12. bookworm00981
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    \[\frac{ x^2 }{ 2y }\] Is the only other plausible option.

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    yeah

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  14. bookworm00981
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    The other option has 18x^2 as the numerator, and thats multiplying.

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    ok, thanks, I have another one, one second...

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  16. primeralph
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    Make a new post. and gimme my medal!! lol

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    Gottcha

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