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iheartfood

  • 2 years ago

Simplify the expression attached!

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  1. iheartfood
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  2. iheartfood
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    answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom :)

  3. iheartfood
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    idk how to simplify this :(

  4. Jonask
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    first use\[(a^b)^c=a^{bc}\]

  5. iheartfood
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    okay but idk how to apply that here :( I'm kinda confused :( can u pls show me and explain how u got it too? :)

  6. Jonask
    • 2 years ago
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    just write the powers outside the brackets on top of every number inside in multiplication form as the rule above

  7. Jonask
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    1st 1 \[(a^6b^3c^3)^5=a^{6(5)}b^{3(5)}c^{3(5)}\]

  8. iheartfood
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    okay so i get a^11b^15c^15??

  9. Jonask
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    do 4 the next two brackets the same thing

  10. iheartfood
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    kk was what i got right?

  11. Jonask
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    yes

  12. iheartfood
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    second one= a^-15b^6 ??

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    yes

  14. iheartfood
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    and last one= b^-3c^-9 ?

  15. Jonask
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    I have a problem with 1st 1 5(6)=30

  16. Jonask
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    \[a^{30}b^{15}c^{15}\]

  17. iheartfood
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    oh oops!! haha my bad i added by accident lol so yeah 30... how do i combine them now?

  18. iheartfood
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    yeah hahah there we go :) thats better :)

  19. Jonask
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    so now you add all the power that have the same base\[a^ca^d=a^{c+d}\]

  20. iheartfood
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    do u think u can write all the sums we got for all 3 brackets like u did above?? cuz when i write it like this it gets all jumbled up and idk how to write it like u did above... all nice and stuff haha :P

  21. Jonask
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    yes just group them next to each other 1st

  22. iheartfood
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    (a^30b^15c^15)( a^-15b^6) (b^-3c^-9) ?? thats right yes?

  23. Jonask
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    a^(30-15)b^(15+6-3)c^(15-(-9))

  24. iheartfood
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    kk so i get a^15b^18c^24 ??

  25. Jonask
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    yes

  26. iheartfood
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    but thats not an answer chose... which is my answe then?

  27. iheartfood
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    here are the answer choices again so u don't need to scroll up :) A,B,C,D from top to bottom :)

  28. iheartfood
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    so which one is it then? @Jonask :)

  29. Jonask
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    c^(15-9)=c^6

  30. Jonask
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    so its a^15b^18c^6

  31. iheartfood
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    so answer D? :)

  32. iheartfood
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    @Jonask nvm i found it ahha :P it is D :) thanks!

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