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

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\[\frac{3x^4}{y^3}\div \frac{6x^2}{y^2}\]
thats the question, heres what I think the answer is.
\[\frac{ 2x^2 }{ y }\]

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Say to simplify by division.
No, small error.
what is it?
try again...............
ok, lets see.
but we're not multiplying.
You canceled wrong
turn the one on the right upside down and simply multiply
\[\frac{ x^2 }{ 2y }\] Is the only other plausible option.
yeah
The other option has 18x^2 as the numerator, and thats multiplying.
ok, thanks, I have another one, one second...
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