5xy^2-6y^3+3x^2y^3 / xy

this problem is looking for GCF and also the answer but can not contain decimals. This also cannot have any negatives in the denominator.

five xy squarede minus six y cubed pluss three x squared y cubed divided by xy  

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5xy^2 - 6y^3 + (3x^2y^3)/xy

5xy^2 - 6y^3 +3xy^2

5xy^2 = 5 * x * y * y

6y^3 = 2 * 3 * y * y * y

3xy^2 = 3 * x * y * y

all three parts have y * y in them, so the greatest common factor is y * y = y^2
answered May 27, 2014 by johnperkins Top Rated User (103,120 points)
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