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  • one year ago

Simplify: (3x/y)2/(9/x2y) Select one: a. 1x b. xy3 c. x^{2}y^{3}} d. 3x4y

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you think is the answer?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    d

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Why?

  4. anonymous
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    you have to combine like terms first

  5. anonymous
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    because i feel like thats the only one that makes sense.. but i don't know thats why i came here

  6. anonymous
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    you have to combine like terms first

  7. anonymous
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    such as 3x and x to get what @AWillie98

  8. anonymous
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    @AWillie98 draw out your question. that's hard to read. Is that supposed to be division and exponents?

  9. anonymous
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    @peachpi i don't know... thats the way they gave it too me. they don't set it up clearly

  10. anonymous
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    They gave it to you EXACTLY like that? all in one line?

  11. anonymous
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    add like terms first

  12. anonymous
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    such as 3x and x to get 4x

  13. anonymous
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    why are you adding? there are no plus signs...

  14. anonymous
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    so (4x/y)2/(9/x2y) then do 2/9 wich is 1.8 then add y and 2y to get 3

  15. anonymous
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    actually divide 3x/x to get 3x

  16. anonymous
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    @peachpi yes the program isn't well made we decided not to go through them after this year.. i don't know why they put it one line

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