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3b^3t^3/ 8d^2k^2 + 5y^2/ 2bk^3

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    There is no equation, so there is no "solving" to be done. Even if you had written an equation, it has too many variables to allow a solution.

    The only common factor of the two terms is (1/2k^2). You could rewrite it as
    [1/(2k^2)]*[3b^3t^3/(4d^2)+ 5y^2/(bk)]

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