# Math 221

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Polynomials

x4y5
x3y6

• Math 221 -

Do you mean

(x^4 y^5) / (x^3 y^6) ??????

If so, remember when you divide you subtract exponents.

=x^(4-3) y^ (5-6)

=x^1 y^-1

which is

= x/y

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