8th Clinton Junior High School
posted by Ayana .
What is the Dividing Power of 12 a to the 2nd power or squared b to the 3rd power of cubed over or Divided by 6 a to the 2nd power b

Im not sure yet but Im working it out now

Do you mean
(12a^2b^3)/(6a^2b)
If so that would come out to
2b^2
(in this forum we write something like
"5 raised to the third" as 5^3) 
Jibberish
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