Algebra

1280v^9y^5/
100v^4y3

Simplify by removing the factor of 1.

Do I look forthe commom multiple or no? Do I factor out again and then cancel off?

asked by Marysvoice
  1. Use the denominator 100v^4y3 as a factor of the numerator. The fraction can be written
    (100v^4y^3)*(128v^58y^2)/(100v^4y^3)
    Now divide by and cancel out the denominator.

    posted by drwls
  2. 128v^54y-1/10v^4y^3???

    posted by Marysvoice

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