-6s^2-7s/9s + 3/s

-6s^2 - 7s/(9s) + 3/s

= (-54s^3)/(9s) - 7s/(9s) + 27/(9s)

=(-54s^3 - 7s + 27)/(9s)

"a single algebraic fraction"

-6s^2-7s/9s + 3/s

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-6s^2 - 7s/(9s) + 3/s

= (-54s^3)/(9s) - 7s/(9s) + 27/(9s)

=(-54s^3 - 7s + 27)/(9s)

"a single algebraic fraction"

Middletown, CT

Hi Benjamin;

(-6s^{2})-(7s/9s)+(3/s)

(-6s^{2})-(7/9)+(3/s)

The concept of *positive indices* means that the exponentials are positive.

The only negative exponential would be 3s^{-1}. It is already represented as 3/s. There is nothing to correct. However, simplification of (7s/9s) is required.

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