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Simplify. Assume that no variable = 0. I got 28x^4 over y^2 26. (7x^3y^-5) (4x^1y^3)

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is that right really
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We learned this today, so I have more like 12 like that, but I need help on 1/2 of them. I don't really get it that much
most of them are easy to you, but complex to me
it will make sense in time
what do you mean
will you help me
yes but I dont have much time
why got to go to bed
gotta eat dinner :)
can you do at least 2 of the 6
sure, but I might have to leave in the middle and then come back later to finish
30. 2x^2(6y^3)(2x^2y) 32. \[\frac{ -5x^3y^3z^4 }{ 20x^3y^-4z^4 }\]
on the bottom it's suppose to be y to the -4 power
got it, I have to go eat now, but I can help when I get back, or I'm sure someone else can help if you dont have much time
I have time

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