# Simplify ((1+3a^-1)/(2-a^-1))((a^-2-2a^-1)/(3a^-3+a^-2)) Simplify the numerator.
Rewrite the expression using the negative exponent rule .
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Simplify ((1+3a^-1)/(2-a^-1))((a^-2-2a^-1)/(3a^-3+a^-2))

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