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posted by Dania
Hello, I have two more rational exponent question that I wanted to verify please:
4x^3y^2
_________
2x^1y^4
= 2x^4y^6
is this correct?
2nd question:
[w^1 / w^3]
my answer:
= [w^(1)(4)/ w ^ (3)(4)]
= w^4 / w^12
= w^12 / w^4
= w^3 / w
Is this right?

drwls
Both are wrong. You seem to have no idea at all how to handle exponents.
The answers are
2x^4 y^6 and w^4. 
Dania
Well aren't you special to tell me that. You seem to have no idea how to treat people. Hmmm, which deficite would I rather have. Thanks for the disrespectful help. I don't think you should tutor anyone.
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