could you help please
y^3 z^6/y^5 z^6
I'm seeing your problem as:
When simplifying fractions of this type, locate parts with like bases and subtract exponents. The y's go together, and the z's go together.
Y's: 5 - 3 = 2 So we have y^2 for the y-term.
Since y^5 is bigger, keep the answer below.
Z's: these are the same and cancel out to be an understood 1
So our answer is:
(y^3 z^6)/(y^5 z^6)
since there are more y's in the denominator, we move the y's from the numerator to the denominator:
the z's all cancel leaving: