identify the base and the exponent for the exponential expression -6x^5
identify the base and the exponent for the exponential expression -6x^5
If 4^x+2=32, then 2x=?
This question is to prove that m-n=2 ........please give me the answer
I just want to know if 2 and 3 should be multiplied since 3 is in parenthesis..... a few people I know believe that just because 3 is in parenthesis that it doesn't apply to the PEMDAS rule. Please...
if x4 =16 and y2=36 then which of the following is the possible value for (x,y) (a)-12 (b)-4 (c)4 (d)16 (e)12
Find the missing terms and write them in decreasing order of exponents. 21m^7 − 7m^5 + 49m = 7m(_____+_____+_____ )
Would you solve an equation if the exponent is located upper right x2 or if the exponent is located lower right example x2 the same way? Or does the exponent location...
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help me solve the points so that I can graph it And thank you
Please help me solve the points so that I can graph it
I need help solving word problems involving exponentials and logs
do you solve by factoring help
(4x2)2 (2x3)3 I know the answer should be 128x13. here is how I calculated it: 4x4 times 2x9 equals 8x13. Where am I going wrong?
-x2x5 x y5= need help fast with this
Bring to simplest form: 2 ____ = 1-3√2 Simplify: 3√(x6y3)2 = (x6y3)2/3 =
The answer choices are: √128, 3√128, 128^2, 128^3
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9x-1u6v-8 *2xv6 *2u3 Can someone please explain how to find the answer in a simple form?
Simplify make sure the answer has no negative exponents. (x-2z7) (2x2y/z-1)
This question is confusing to me... i don't really understand how to write a function based on the information given.