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OpenStudy (anonymous):

How do I simplify (3a^2b / -4xy) x (-5x^2y / 6ab^2)? Please help D;

OpenStudy (anonymous):

3a^2b -5x^2y ----- x ------ -4xy 6ab^2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Cancel out as many terms as you can of the same variable. For example, the two y's should go away. Some x, a and b should go away. Constants should be simplified.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

(3a^2b)(-5x^2y) 5a^2b x^2y -------------- -> ---------- (-4xy )(6ab^2) 8xyab^2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

No, you can further simplify using what I was suggesting above. I am not going to give the answer.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If the equation \[(3a ^{2}b) (-5x ^{2}y)\] devide by \[(-4xy)(6ab ^{2})\] so the answer 5ax/8b

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