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Simplify: -27x^3yz over 36x^2y^2z
-27x^3yz/36x^2y^2z = [(9x^2yz)(-3x)]/[(9x^2yz)(4y)] = -3x/4y
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-27x^3yz/36x^2y^2z
= [(9x^2yz)(-3x)]/[(9x^2yz)(4y)]
= -3x/4y
Added 6/22/2014 2:26:53 AM
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