Find the missing factor G that makes the equality true. 18y3 = (G)(2y^2)

Find the missing factor G that makes the equality true.
18y3 = (G)(2y^2)

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  1. B = 7[tex]x^{4}[/tex]

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Checking the result of B

    - 5x² × 7[tex]x^{4}[/tex] = - 35[tex]x^{2+4}[/tex] = - 35[tex]x^{6}[/tex] ← Correct

  2. [tex]D=-5y^2[/tex]

    Step-by-step explanation:

    [tex]-15y^4=D(3y^2)\\D=\frac{-15y^4}{3y^2} \\D=-\frac{15}{3}\cdot\frac{y^4}{y^2} \\D=-5y^2[/tex]

  3. -6x^2 y^3 = B

    Step-by-step explanation:

    42x^5y^4=(-7x^3y)(B)​

    Solve for B

    Divide by -7

    42x^5y^4/-7=(-7x^3y)(B)/-7

    -6 x^5 y^4 = x^3 y B

    Divide by x^3

    -6 x^5 y^4/x^3 = x^3 y B​/x^3

    -6 x^5/x^3 y^4 = By

    -6 x^2 y^4

    Divide by y

    -6x^2 y^4/y = By/y

    -6x^2 y^3 = B

  4. 1.135y

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Im assuming 21y4 are being multiplied making it 21 x 4 x y

    Just divide over 74 to the left side

  5. G= 27/y; y≠0

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Switch sides

    G2y^2=18y·3

    Multiply the numbers: 18·3=54

    G2y^2=54y

    Divide both sides by 2y^2:

    G·2y^2/2y^2=54y

    or y≠0

    Simplify

    G= 27/y; y≠0

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