 # Monomials Calculator

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## Evaluate the monomial division:

 convert5 9todecimal

Simplify monomial term number 1:
convert5
No simplification is needed

Simplify monomial term number 2:
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No simplification is needed

## Our modified expression is:

 convert5 9todecimal

## Check to see if we can simplify constants:

No GCF exists, so we continue, the constants stay the same in the numerator and denominator.

## Simplify a:

We only have a a term in the denominator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify c:

We have the same c1 term in the numerator and denominator, so they cancel each other out

## Simplify d:

We only have a d term in the denominator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify e:

We have the same e1 term in the numerator and denominator, so they cancel each other out

## Simplify i:

We only have a i term in the denominator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify l:

We only have a l term in the denominator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify m:

We only have a m term in the denominator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify n:

We only have a n term in the numerator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify o:

We have the same o1 term in the numerator and denominator, so they cancel each other out

## Simplify r:

We only have a r term in the numerator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify t:

We only have a t term in the numerator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify t:

We only have a t term in the denominator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify t5:

We only have a t5 term in the numerator, so we leave this where it is

## Simplify v:

We only have a v term in the numerator, so we leave this where it is