If you are multiplying x*3x*6x^2 I would rearrange it to be 3*6*x*x*x^2 = 18x^4. It is easier to keep track of the exponents that way. By the way what property of Algebra am I using to do this?
For positive real numbers x, y, and z, which of the following expressions is equivalent
to x1/2 y 2/3 z 5/6 ?
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I need help for the above question please :4ˆ²Χ=8^3Χ-4
Some questions I really don't understand. Please help on as many as you can. Thank you.
1) Write an expression using exponents, and find the total area of a pair of squares given their...
Why is r5s3t4 = (rt)4rs3? And what is this function called?
The product of the ages of a set of triplets is 12 times the sum of their ages.
Determine how old the triplets are.
(we are currently learning about...
Please help me figure out how to simplify the above
Give an example to support your answer
Its multiplying by itself zero times, so shouldnt it be 0?
I can't figure these out and any help would be appreciated! Thank you!
I can't seem to figure this one out. It's more complicated than others I've been doing. Thank you for your help and explanation!
How do you simplify when you have negative exponents?
What is a "0" exponent - do I assume it is like "x" to the first power?
2y5 Divided by
I have three problems that I can't completely figure. I appreciate any help and explanations!
17 - 6
18x7 Divided by