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Reduce the fraction to lowest terms. Do not use spaces in answer.

38x^2yz^2
__________=
-19xy^2z^3

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    Subtract the denominator exponent of each variable from the numerator exponent of the same variable.
    The 38/-19 factor can be written -2

    Put it all together and you get
    -2x y^-1 z^-1
    = -2x/(yz)

    I don't see what the big deal is about using spaces

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