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I am trying to solve
(2*(c^4)*2*(a^6))/(2*(a^10))
but the answer I am getting is 2c^4a^4.

Do you know if this is correct?

  • Algebra -

    Answer is 2a^(-4)c^4

    a^6/a^10 = a^(6-10) = a^-4

  • Algebra -

    c^4/a^4 I believe is the answer

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