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Y^6 X^3 / y^5 X^4

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Y^6 X^3 / y^5 X^4

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Meagan W. | Biology, Mathematics and Statistics TutoringBiology, Mathematics and Statistics Tuto...
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This follows the same rule as your previous question:

y^6*x^3/y^5*x^4 = y^(6-5)*x^(3-4) = y*x^-1

Recall that a negative power is the reciprocal. For example, x^-2 = 1/x^2

so, the final answer is:

y/x