Posted by **Sandra** on Monday, May 5, 2014 at 2:19pm.

Simplify. (3/5a)*(1/a^2)

• 3/5a^2; where a ≠ 0

• 3/5a^2

• 3/5a^3; where a ≠0

• 4/5a^2; where a ≠0

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