Algebra 2

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(5+3/x^2y)/(3+x/x^3y)

Simplify. Leave in factored and reduced form.
Put () around polynomials in numerator and denominator

  • Algebra 2 -

    I will read that as

    (5 + 3/(x^2 y) รท ((3+x)/(x^3 y)

    = (5x^2y + 3/(x^2y) (x^3y)/(3+x)
    =x(5x^2y + 3)/(3+x)

    ( I did not take it as (5+3) , or else they would have simplified to 8,
    I did not take it as 3 + x/x^3y, or else they would have canceled that x)

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