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If x and y are positive integers, which of the following is equivalent to ((2 times x)^(3 times y)) minus ((2 times x)^y)?
(A) (2 times x)^(2 times y)
(B) (2^y) times ((x^3) minus (x^y))
(C) ((2 times x)^y) times [((2 times x)^(2 times y)) minus 1]
(D) ((2 times x)^y) times ((4 times x^y) minus 1)
(E) ((2 times x)^y) times [((2 times x)^3) minus 1]
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Areesha.1D Group Title
If x and y are positive integers, which of the following is equivalent to ((2 times x)^(3 times y)) minus ((2 times x)^y)? (A) (2 times x)^(2 times y) (B) (2^y) times ((x^3) minus (x^y)) (C) ((2 times x)^y) times [((2 times x)^(2 times y)) minus 1] (D) ((2 times x)^y) times ((4 times x^y) minus 1) (E) ((2 times x)^y) times [((2 times x)^3) minus 1]
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@jishan would you mind elaborating as to how you reached that conclusion?
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@jishan Yes. God bless you child.
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