# simplifing an equation?

I need to simplify (4xy)((3/2)x)/(6x^2y)

that is.. 4xy times 3/2 x divide by 6 x sq y

I've worked it out, but just want to see what other people come up with and how they worked it out to make sure i'm doing it right

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• laith
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9 years ago

(4xy)((3/2)x)/(6x^2y)

12/2xy(x) /6x^2y

6x^2y/6x^2y

Hope This Helps :D

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• 9 years ago

its 1

• 9 years ago

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