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-7yt/3x=? /18xyt
Build each rational expression into an equivalent rational expression with the indicated denominator.

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    multlipy both sides by 18xyt

    -7*18 xy^2 t^2 /3x=?

    -7*6y^2 t^2=?

    check my thinking. You might want to change the 7*6 to 42

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