I am algebra 2 and am super lost i dont understand any of this
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Let’s simplify each term separately first.

-x⁻⁵=-1/x⁵, -x⁻³=-1/x³, y⁰=1

Now we can re-express the expression:


Simplify further:

-(-y⁶/x¹⁵)/x³=y⁶/x¹⁸ or y⁶x⁻¹⁸

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