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Challenge for pokemon:

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  1. pokemon23
    • 3 years ago
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    ok?

  2. pokemon23
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    bring it?

  3. pokemon23
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    gtg to barnles and nobles to get a copy of all the hunger's game

  4. pokemon23
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    so hurry ?

  5. theabsurd
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    |dw:1324519991376:dw|

  6. pokemon23
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    i CAN'T SEE IT

  7. theabsurd
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    |dw:1324520091115:dw|

  8. pokemon23
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    WRITE IT OUT

  9. theabsurd
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    top: \[(-4x^2y^3)(-2xy)^{-2}\] bottom:\[(4x^4y^2)(-2x^5y)\]

  10. pokemon23
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    OK THANK YOU

  11. theabsurd
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    (top/bottom)^-2

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    |dw:1324520287305:dw|

  13. theabsurd
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    nope

  14. Mertsj
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    64x^28y^4

  15. theabsurd
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    it looks hard but start with the inside parenthesis. seperate each coefficient with parenthesis and you'll get it

  16. theabsurd
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    for ex, the top: \[(-4)^{-2}(x^2)^{-2}(-2)^{^{-2}}(x)^{-2}(y)^{-2}\]

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