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(6x)/(5z^(2))+(2y)/(xz)+(z)/(xy^(2))

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    put evefrything over a common denominator of 5x y^2 z^2 to get

    (6x^2y^2 + 10y^3z + 5z^3) / 5xy^2z^2

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