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how do i simplify this????? (a4b3)5

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  1. Bdude999
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    is the numbers powers?

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  2. Icewinifredd
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    yes. they are

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  3. Bdude999
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    if the numbers are powers the answer is, a20b15

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    use a ^ for power. Example : x^5

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    hope this helps you out

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    You multiply powers together when you are raising a power to a power

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    You multiple the powers when raising to a power.. and identifity them with '^' to help us out in the future!

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  8. Icewinifredd
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    okay. thank you all! I really appreciate the help! :D

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    good luck :D

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  10. Bdude999
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    know the product of powers rule for the future, it really help you out! this rule is what the others said

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    ok. thanks

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