dividing monomials

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this is the problem: 7a(-2)power b (-4)power c (-5)power divided by 14 b(3)power c(6)power how do you simplify this

  • dividing monomials -

    your answer is
    1 divided by 2a(2)power b(12)power c(11) power

  • dividing monomials -

    (7a-2b-4c-5)/(14b3c6)
    = 1/(2a2b7c11) or
    = (1/2)a-2b-7c-11)

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