algebra
posted by Colin .
simplify
(numbers AFTER the variable represent exponents)
ALSO these are all fractions, theres just no way to put the line
x264 . x2x6 _ 1
x24x12 x2+5x24 x6

algebra 
Reiny
use x^3 to say x cubed
use brackets to enclose the denominators
and / to show division, * to show multiplication
e.g.
(x^264)/(x+2)
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