Math
Solve:
((3/n)(2/m))

(9m^2)(4n^2)

mn
 AND / = fraction bars
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James

a/(b/c)=ac/b
((3/n)(2/m)) mn
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(3m2n)(3m+2n)
(3m2m)
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(3m2n)(3m+2n)
1/ (3m+2n)
check my work.posted by bobpursley
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