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Divide the following monomials by the given monomials 6x cube by 3x square
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6x cube divided by 3x square equals to 2x. We divide the constants that is 6÷3 is 2 and subtract the exponents since it's division of the expression, so x cube - x square= x. Now we combine the result.So we get 2x as the answer.
6x cube divided by 3x cube equals to 2. Cancel the common x cube and divide 6 by 3. Then we get the answer as 2. Hope u understand 😅 my point🤣
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