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Essay. Show all work. Find the following quotient: 36x^2-49y^2
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6x+7y

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    factor the numerator first(difference of squares)
    36x^2-49y^2 = (6x-7y)(6x+7y)

    now you see (6x+7y) top and bottom so in the end the result is
    6x-7y

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