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May 27th, 2018, 11:47 AM   #1
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Write in the form ca^pb^q

Hey, if anyone could help me with a few of these calculus problems, I'd greatly appreciate it. I'm supposed to write each expression in the form ca^pb^q where c, p, and q are numbers. The first problem is: a(2/b)/(3/a)
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This is elementary algebra, not calculus! The expression is $(2/3)a^2b^{-1}$. It would be useful for you if you could figure it out.
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