Enter Monomial Parameters:

MonomialPower
Multiply
Divide

Evaluate the monomial division:

countingwithgroupsof10
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Simplify monomial term number 1

countingwithgroupsof10

No simplification is needed

Simplify monomial term number 2

left

No simplification is needed

Our modified expression is:

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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 c:

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

Simplify e:

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

Simplify f:

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

Simplify f:

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

Simplify f10:

We only have a f10 term in the numerator,
so we leave this where it is

Simplify g:

We have the same g1 term in the numerator and denominator,
so they cancel each other out

Simplify h:

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

Simplify i:

We have the same i1 term in the numerator and denominator,
so they cancel each other out

Simplify l:

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

Simplify n:

We have the same n1 term in the numerator and denominator,
so they cancel each other out

Simplify o:

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

Simplify p:

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

Simplify r:

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

Simplify s:

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

Simplify t:

We have the same t1 term in the numerator and denominator,
so they cancel each other out

Simplify u:

We have the same u1 term in the numerator and denominator,
so they cancel each other out

Simplify w:

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

Build our final answer:

countingwithgroupsof10
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=
  
cff10hprsw
e1fl

Final Answer:

cff10hprsw/e1fl





What is the Answer?
cff10hprsw/e1fl
How does the Monomials Calculator work?
Free Monomials Calculator - This calculator will raise a monomial to a power,multiply monomials, or divide monomials.
This calculator has 3 inputs.

What 6 formulas are used for the Monomials Calculator?

mxa + nxa = (m + n)xa
mxa - nxa = (m - n)xa
(xm)n = xm * n
xm * xn = xm + n
xm/xn = xm - n


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What 5 concepts are covered in the Monomials Calculator?

constant
a value that always assumes the same value independent of how its parameters are varied
exponent
The power to raise a number
monomial
a polynomial which has only one term. Constants and variables are monomials as well as one term polynomials
power
how many times to use the number in a multiplication
variable
Alphabetic character representing a number
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