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Simplify each expression. Write all answers with only positive exponents. Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers.$$\frac{m^{7 / 3} \cdot n^{-2 / 5} \cdot p^{3 / 8}}{m^{-2 / 3} \cdot n^{3 / 5} \cdot p^{-5 / 8}}$$

$\frac{m^{3} \cdot p}{n}$

Calculus 3

Chapter 0

Algebra Reference

Section 6

Exponents

Functions of Several Variables

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