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posted by Jasmine20 .
Can someone help me correct this
Directions:Divide
6p^5q^3 times 25 p^5q^3 / 5p^5q^5
My answer is : 30q^2
6pppppqqq*25pppppqqq/5pppppqqqqq=
30pppppq = 30p^{5}q
huh?
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