Algebra
posted by Katelyn .
simplify 9to 6th power times 3 to the 7th power all over 9 to the 8th power times 3 to the 6th power

I interpreted your question as
(9^6) (3^7)/(( 9^8)(3^6) )
= (1/9^2)(3)
= 3/81
= 1/27
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