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    Unhappy Simple equation

    (2AB/A^2)=(2AB)x(A^-2)

    I need to get B in terms of A. I need to get all the 'A' terms grouped together, but i don't know what to do with the powers.

    I can get this:

    B=-(0.3333A^2)/(2A)

    But as you can see i still have more than 1 A. I need to get all the A's together?

    Then i get this:

    B=(1/6)A

    Can anyone confirm if i have done this correct?
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