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Simplify monomial term number 1

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Simplify monomial term number 2

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No GCF exists, so we continue,

the constants stay the same in the numerator and denominator.

We only have a c term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We only have a e term in the denominator,

so we leave this where it is

We only have a f term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We only have a f term in the denominator,

so we leave this where it is

We only have a f10 term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We have the same g^{1} term in the numerator and denominator,

so they cancel each other out

We only have a h term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We have the same i^{1} term in the numerator and denominator,

so they cancel each other out

We only have a l term in the denominator,

so we leave this where it is

We have the same n^{1} term in the numerator and denominator,

so they cancel each other out

We have the same o^{1} term in the numerator and denominator,

so they cancel each other out

We only have a p term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We only have a r term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We only have a s term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

We have the same t^{1} term in the numerator and denominator,

so they cancel each other out

We have the same u^{1} term in the numerator and denominator,

so they cancel each other out

We only have a w term in the numerator,

so we leave this where it is

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cff10hprsw |

e^{1f}l |

cff10hprsw/e^{1f}l

cff10hprsw/e^{1f}l

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