I need to simplify this expression. I know I need to take the 2nd two equations and flip them over but I am having a hard time simplifying them inorder to cancel things out. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance
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2a^3+a^2 over 2b^3+b^2 / 2ab+a over 2ab+b

 

=(2a^3+a^2)(2ab+a)/(2b^3+b^2)(2ab+b)

=a^2(2a+1)a(2b+1)/b^2(2b+1)b(2a+1)

=a^3/b^3

 

 

 

 

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a^-2b^2 over ac/ab over b^-2c^3
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