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just checking click it.. =)

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  1. anonymous
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    \[(k^2)^4\]

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    ?

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    simplify

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    \[k ^{2*4} = k ^{8}\]

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    now, become my fan =D

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    i yhought if there was an exponent outside perentheses. you made (in this case 4) of whats inside them?

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    yes

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    so 4 twos are 16

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    but you can do it my way too, it is simpler

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    they are bothe totally different answerss. wich is right

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    ok, let me show you

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    for example, lets say k is 2, so \[(2^{2})^{4}\] = \[(2^{2})*(2^{2})*(2^{2})*(2^{2})\] =4*4*4*4 =256

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    now, to see if my way gives the same answer, lets see:

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    \[(2^{2})^{4} = 2^{2*4} = 2^{8}\] = 2*2*2*2*2*2*2*2 =256 so both mothods are exactly the same just that mine is easyer

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    got it? i would apreciate if you fan me (it is just fun =D)

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