simplify (y–2/y8)(1/y–3) please. I cannot figure it out.
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how come I get the feeling that the -2, 8, and -3 are all exponents ?
is this what you mean ?
Originally Posted by plumbob simplify (y–2/y8)(1/y–3) please. I cannot figure it out. For fractions, when multiplying, you mupltiply the numerator with the numerator and the denominator with the denominator.
Is your question:
The Prof. wrote the problem out exactly like that. They may be exponents, I am not sure, thanks for the replys.
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