anonymous
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Check my answer please? What is the simplified form of 3/x^3 all over 1/x^2?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's C. 3/x. My Answer Choices: A. x/3 B. 1/3x C. 3x D. 3/x
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@tom982 If you wouldn't mind helping out again that would be awesome.

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sh it oops wrong place sorry
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It's okay. Could you please delete it?
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help me?!
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