anonymous
  • anonymous
Raise the quantity in parentheses to the indicated exponent, and simplify the resulting expression. (-3x6y)3 ...............I got the answer -27x18y3 is that correct?
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Directrix
  • Directrix
Is this (-3x6y)3 the same as (-3* x ^ 6* y ) ^ 3 or is it something else?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am supposed the raise the quantity and simplify (-3x6y)3
Directrix
  • Directrix
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Directrix
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Directrix
  • Directrix
You forgot to cube the x and then also multiplied the 6 by 3 when the 6 should have been cubed.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay will rework the problem thank you so much
Directrix
  • Directrix
You are welcome. You have the basic concepts. It is easy to overlook raising each term in the quantity to the given power. Then, the 6^3 = 18 error is made all the time. Just practice, show steps, and you'll be okay.
Directrix
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Here are some practice problems and answers at the link below. http://blogs.shwschool.org/jyolles/files/2012/02/Properties-of-Exponents-Basics-copy.pdf

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