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10/m^7n^2+1/m^5n^3

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Okay, I see what you are asking. It would be clearer written as

10/(m^7n^2) + 1/(m^5n^3)

or even

(10/(m^7n^2)) + (1/(m^5n^3))

Before you can add fractions together, they must have a common denominator.

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