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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

7x3(3x3y)2 − x(x4y)2 I am a beginner at this. The 3 is the exponent as are the 2's outside the parentheses. I have asked 3 tutors to help simplify this and still can not get the answer correctly. Can someone please show me the process to solve this? I am desperate.

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  1. anonymous
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    can u state your question again,i am not getting it properly

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    r these x's in question or multiplication?2 in the first term is exponont?

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