hint x/5 = 1/5x 3/28/2014 | Jeanne from Sharon, MA | 1 Answer | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment Comments What does the ^ represent? I don't recognize that symbol. Thanks 3/28/2014 | Jeanne from Sharon, MA That is sign for exponents that appears in calculators. X^{2} = X^2 The super character does not get printed, that is why we use here.. 3/28/2014 | Parviz F. Can you show the work how you arrived at this answer? Thanks. 3/28/2014 | Deb from Revere, MA thanks, makes sense and I just learned a new math move. 3/28/2014 | Jeanne from Sharon, MA Just using the distributive law: Every operation is shown underneath X . X/5 = X^2/5 X/5 . ( -15Y) = -3XY X/5 . ( -3) = -3X / Y 3/28/2014 | Parviz F. Comment
That is sign for exponents that appears in calculators. X^{2} = X^2 The super character does not get printed, that is why we use here.. 3/28/2014 | Parviz F.
Just using the distributive law: Every operation is shown underneath X . X/5 = X^2/5 X/5 . ( -15Y) = -3XY X/5 . ( -3) = -3X / Y 3/28/2014 | Parviz F.
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