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Find the quotient of the quantity negative 15 times x to the 2nd power times y to the 6th power plus 50 times x to the 4th power times y to the 3rd power minus 20 times x to the 2nd power times y all
−3y5 + 10x2y2 − 4
−15x2y6 + 50x4y3 − 4
3y5 + 10x2y2 − 4
−3xy5 + 10x2y2 − 4
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math help pls pls pls 
Reiny
Would it not be much easier to type :
15x^2 y^6 + 50x^4 y^3  20x^2 y ?
You appear to have forgotten the divisor
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