1. Product of Quotient

I really did not wanted to start a new thread, but like skeeter said
a single thread with multiple problems all strung out is more annoying.
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So I'm having a bit of confusion with simplifying this algebraic expression.
Problem: $\frac{y^1^0}{2x^3}\frac{20x^1^4}{xy^6}$

How I solved it.

$\frac{y^1^0}{2x^3}\frac{20x^1^4}{xy^6}$ = $\frac{y^1^0&20x^1^4}{2x^3&xy^6}$

= $\frac{y^1^020x^1^4}{2x^4y^6}$ <-- Should I also add the bases?

= $y^1^0^-^6& 10x^1^4^-^4$

Result: $y^4&10x^1^0$

2. Re: Product of Quotient

It's entirely correct!

3. Re: Product of Quotient

Originally Posted by Siron
It's entirely correct!
Thanks allot had a bit of confusion with the coefficient.

4. Re: Product of Quotient

You're welcome!
In general you have to know to important rules to solve exercices like this one.
$a^{x}\cdot a^{y}=a^{x+y}$
$\frac{a^{x}}{a^{y}}=a^{x-y}$