Mathematics
OpenStudy (anonymous):

simplify m^-3n+m^5n^-2/m^-2n^3

OpenStudy (savvy):

the question is not very clear....can you plz rewrite it using the draw function or the equation function....

OpenStudy (anonymous):

\[m ^{-3} n +m ^{5} n ^{-2}\div m ^{-2}n ^{3}\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

any help....................any help at all i have over 100 questions toask and i wanna get the done |dw:1338064639803:dw|

OpenStudy (savvy):

YOU'LL UNDERSTAND IT BETTER IF YOU WRITE IN A NOTE BOOK SIMOULTANEOUSLY... the first term is \[n/m ^{3}\] second is \[m ^{5}/n ^{2}\] and the term after the division sign is \[n ^{3}/m ^{2}\] after you combine them u get (a + b)/c where a i the 1st term, b is the 2nd and c is 3rd... taking L.C.M. in a and b we get \[[n ^{3}+m ^{8}]/n ^{2}m ^{3}\] and c remais as it is... finally the tems of m can be cancelled in the expression u get.....and finally u get \[[n ^{3}+m ^{8}]/n^5\] which can be further written as \[ n ^{-2} + m ^{8}n ^{-5}\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank you sooooooooooooooooooooooo much

OpenStudy (savvy):