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  • 2 years ago

Use the product rule for exponents to simplify the expression. Write the result using exponents. ab9 · ab3

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  1. rvgupta
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    \[a^2b^227\]

  2. rvgupta
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    am i right

  3. algebra2sucks
    • 2 years ago
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    in the books it says x^3 muplited by x^4 then you just add the 3 + 4 but when it did 9 + 3 i got 12 and i put ab12 then i got it wrong

  4. algebra2sucks
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    nevermind i got it you had to do a^1 multiplied by a^1 and b^9 multiplied by b^3 then you do 1 + 1 which is a^2 and then you do 9 + 3 which is b^12 and i got that right. thanks for the help anyways.

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