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  • 5 years ago

(8^-6+7^-8)^0*5*2^-1+2*4^-1*2*3^-2+3*9^-1*(4^-1+3^-2)^0

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  1. anonymous
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    = [1 x 5 x (1/2)] +[(1/9)] + [ (1/3) ]

  2. anonymous
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    53/18

  3. anonymous
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    huh?

  4. anonymous
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    dont question the genius ><

  5. anonymous
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    I shall never, however, I'm totally LOST lol

  6. anonymous
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    Thats the answer to this equation?

  7. anonymous
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    is not an equation to start with, its an expression

  8. anonymous
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    anything to the power of zero is 1 a^0 =1 and a^-n = 1/a^n

  9. anonymous
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    know them and the question is easy

  10. anonymous
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    and remember bodmas, multiplaction done before addition

  11. anonymous
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    understood, thanks... :( sorry

  12. anonymous
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    for example , the first term (8^-6+7^-8)^0 looks complicated , but its just 1 , because anything to the power zero is 1

  13. anonymous
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    except zero to the power zero which is undefined

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    right

  15. anonymous
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    So those were fractions in the answer right?

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