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    Simplifying Exponential Fractions

    Simplify each of the following. Assume a, x and y are not zero.

    \frac {8x}{24}=

    \frac {15a^2}{25a}=

    \frac {10^2}{10^3}=

    \frac {-x^2y}{(-x^2)^2y^2}=
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    Quote Originally Posted by elliotfsl View Post
    Simplify each of the following. Assume a, x and y are not zero.

    \frac {8x}{24}=

    \frac {15a^2}{25a}=

    \frac {10^2}{10^3}=

    \frac {-x^2y}{(-x^2)^2y^2}=
    1) \frac{8(x)}{8(3)} = \frac{x}{3}

    2) \frac{5a(3a)}{5a(5)} = \frac{3a}{5}

    3) \frac{10^2(1)}{10^2(10)} = \frac{1}{10}

    4) \frac{(-x^2) y}{(-x^2)^2 y^2} = \frac{1}{(-x^2) y}
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