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10x(to the 5th power)y(to the 4th power) over 15x(to the third power)y(tothe 9th power)

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    This is not geometry.

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    10X^5Y^4 / 15X^3Y^9 = (2/3)X^2Y^-5 =
    (2/3)X^2/Y^5.

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