do I use -5 outside the parenthesis to multiply each value inside the parenthesis?
Simplify by factoring. Assume that all variables under radicals represent nonnegative, (Show all work) √81x^6
how do you simplify (4-a)/(1-a) =
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Use the Laws of Logarithms to combine the expression. 4 log x − (1/3)log(x2 + 1) + 5 log(x − 1)
f(X)=5-3x f(t)+(-2)=eval and simplefy
5√x^35w^20. where x and w may be negative.
Simplify. Use positive exponents for any variables. (Show all work.) 2a^-4b^5/8a^2b^-3
Use the Quotient rule to simplify. (Show all work) -20a^7b^c^9/5a^4b^2c^5
Preform the indicated operation (Show All Work and Simplify the answer do not factor) (12x^3-2x^2-6x-3)-(-4x^3+10x^2-10x+1)
Simplify assume all the variables are positive real numbers 3√x^6y^5
6x+3x= how do you simplify and combine like terms
how do I simplify 5/3 +9/-5?
How would I, step by step, simplify an expression that looks like the following: [15a^8b^6] [2b^2] _________ ______ [ab^3]...
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divide, then simplify: 5/6 divided into 4
I think we have an error in our pre-algebra book. How would you simplify this equation? 12b + -8b + + b. The answer in the book is 41/2b
12b+ -8b + + b How would you simplify this problem? The answer in the back of uour book says: 41/2b I wouls simplify it as:5b What is the correct answer?
how did you simplify?
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