Simplifying an exponential equation

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42x^-7 y^6 / 15x^3 y^-4

Aug 10th, 2015

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[(42/15)x^(7-3)] *[y^(6- -4) ] =[(42/15)x^(7-3)] *[y^(6+4) ]

 =(42/15)X^4 * y^10

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Aug 10th, 2015

[(42/15)x^(7-3)] *[y^(6- -4) ] =[(42/15)x^(7-3)] *[y^(6+4) ]

 =(42/15)X^4 * y^10;

42 /15=14/5=2.8

  therefore (42/15)X^4 * y^10

           =(2.8)X^4 * y^10

            =2.8X^4 * y^10

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