# How Do You Find a Missing Factor in a Monomial Equation?

A monomial has been factored into two smaller monomials, but one of them is missing. The instructor demonstrates how to set this up like a long division problem to find the missing monomial. She uses one of the exponent rules to subtract the denominator exponent from the numerator exponent. Best used as a review.

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