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bii17
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\[(y^3) (yp)\] is that like this?

bii17
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\[y^4p\] the answer

AmberCat21
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uh yea

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(y^3) (yp)
= y^4p

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so u also add exponent of the y in yp to the other y even though its not y^3 times y times p?

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even though it's noy separated?

bii17
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yes you just need to add the exponent.

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