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Simplify, if possible: 6x^2y^3+9x^2y^3/3x^2y^2

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(6x^2)(2y^2) + (9x^2)(y^2)/(3x^2)(2y^2)

Is this correct? Or is it this...

[(6x^2)(2y^2) + (9x^2)(y^2)]/[(3x^2)(2y^2)]

no it like this

6x^2y^3+9x^2y^3
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3x^2y^2

12x^2y+18xy^2 and the answer is 6xy(2x+3y) how do you get that answer?

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