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  • 5 years ago

11/(x^-9)(y^4)

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  1. anonymous
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    are you practicing or is this a question? and, if what you mean is 11 over all that stuff another set or parenthesis is needed i.e. 11/((x^2-9)(y^4)) or 11/[(x^2-9)(y^4)] is good too

  2. anonymous
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    it was the equation and practice

  3. anonymous
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    an equation has an "="

  4. anonymous
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    what are you supposed to do with that expression?

  5. anonymous
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    simplify it. same with all the rest i post today. :)

  6. anonymous
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    there really is not much simplifying to happen there, the only thing i can see is that x^2-9=(x+3)(x-3)

  7. radar
    • 5 years ago
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    \[11/x ^{-9}y ^{4}\] Can be simplified by\[11x ^{9}/y ^{4}\]

  8. anonymous
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    dang you help out alot. so does ebbflo. thx you two

  9. radar
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    Hope this agrees with an approved solution lol. No problem

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