3/y - 2 (fraction) = (blank)/y3 + y2 - 6y a. y2 + 3y b. 3y2 + 9y c. 3y2 - 3 d. 3y3 + 3y2 - 18y

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3/y - 2 (fraction) = (blank)/y3 + y2 - 6y a. y2 + 3y b. 3y2 + 9y c. 3y2 - 3 d. 3y3 + 3y2 - 18y

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