Use the product rule to simplify the expression. (-4x^4p^6)(6y^5x^2) Oct 11 | Theresa from Jackson, NJ | 2 Answers | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment
Okay, if I am reading the problem correctly (-4x^{4}p^{6})(6y^{5}x^{2}) = -24x^{6}p^{6}y^{5} Oct 11 | Bill M. Best answer Comment
(-4x^{4}p^{6})(6y^{5}x^{2}) The product rule states that when multiplying 2 powers that have the same base, you can add the exponents. Rearrange the question to group common bases (-4)(6)(x^{4+2})(y^{5})(p^{6}) Multiply and solve -24x^{6}y^{5}p^{6} Oct 15 | Randi R. Comment