# Multiple exponents?

Is there any way to go about simplifying this?

-3x^5y^2/6x

Thanks.

rock.freak667
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$$\frac{-3x^5y^2}{6x}$$

Is that the problem?

If so then the x in the denominator cancels with one x in the numerator.

I get this??

$$\displaystyle{\frac{-x^4y^2}{2}}$$

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rock.freak667
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Yes that is correct.