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y^2*3y^3 is simplified to what?

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  1. etemplin
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    3y^5 do you know why?

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  2. nevershoutnadin
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    i understand the ^5 part. and it would stay 3y because y is basically 1y so when you multiply them, it would become 3y... right..?

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    yes

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    thank you. c:

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    \[y^2\times3y^3\]\[=(y\times y)\times3\times(y\times y\times y)\]\[=3\times y\times y\times y\times y\times y\]\[=3y^5\]

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