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8x-6 over 5x squared over x squared +18x+46 over 6x

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    wow, 3 "overs".
    write it this way with brackets

    [(.....)/(......)] / [(.....)/(....) ]

    so we can tell who is who in your fraction.

    also in 5x squared, is it (5x)^2 or 5x^2 ?

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