# SOLUTION: can someone help me by monday plss? rly need help! thank you! simplify the complex fraction. 2. p^3q^2/m^5n^7 over p^2q^5/m^2n

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Complex Numbers Question 473444: can someone help me by monday plss? rly need help! thank you! simplify the complex fraction. 2. p^3q^2/m^5n^7 over p^2q^5/m^2nAnswer by Edwin McCravy(8893)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Write as a division of numerator ÷ debominator: Invert the second and change ÷ to × Indicate the multiplication of numerators and denominators: Since there is a p³ on the TOP and a p² on the BOTTOM, we subtract the exponents 3-2 and get 1, so we write p1 or just p on the top because the larger exponent was p³ and it was on the TOP, and remove the p² on the BOTTOM: Since there is a q⁵ on the BOTTOM and a q² on the TOP, we subtract the exponents 5-2 and get 3, so we write q³ on the BOTTOM because the larger exponent was q⁵ and it was on the BOTTOM, and remove the q² on the TOP: Since there is an m⁵ on the BOTTOM and a m² on the TOP, we subtract the exponents 5-2 and get 3, so we write m³ on the BOTTOM because the larger exponent was m⁵ and it was on the BOTTOM, and remove the m² on the TOP: Since there is an n⁷ on the BOTTOM and a n1 on the TOP, we subtract the exponents 7-1 and get 6, so we write n⁶ on the BOTTOM because the larger exponent was n⁷ and it was on the BOTTOM, and remove the n on the TOP: Edwin```