(5x ÷ 2xy) is a fraction & it's added to 9x (5 * x ÷ 2 * x * y) + 9 * x
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5x/(2xy)=5/(2y); 5*x÷2*x*y is the same as 5x^2y/2 unless the meaning is 5*x/(2xy)=5/(2y).

9x(5*x÷2*x*y)+9*x=9*x(5x^2y/2 + 1) or 9*x(5/(2y)+1).

The total sum is 5/(2y)+45x^3y/2+9x or 5/(2y)+45x/(2y)+9x.

answered Mar 15 by Rod Top Rated User (429,200 points)

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