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THE QUESTION IS IN THE COMMENTS. THANKS FOR THE HELP

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  1. Kainui Group Title
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    You're welcome, my answer is in the question.

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  2. iamlegend Group Title
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    it's suppose to be x to the -3 on the second part |dw:1354755434499:dw|

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    ignore the message above the drawing

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    ???

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    Hints: 72 = 36 * 2 = 6² * 2 x⁵ = x⁴ *x y^11 = y^10 * y z^9 = z^8 * z

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    ok, thank you

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    Can you carry it on?

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    Yes, it's just been so long i couldn't remember, but thanks at least your not a jerk like hero.

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    The first one will be: 6 x² y⁵ z⁴ √ 2 xyz

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    The second one: √ z / ( 2³ x³ y ) = 1/2x √ z / ( 2 x y )

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    Now you multiply the result together! @iamlegend No, Hero's not! He's just kidding because he knows for sure that I'm capable of helping you in this range of knowledge :)

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    Oh i didn't know he was talking to you. And just wondering why did it take that long to type that message.

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  13. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    Because I'm busy to think of explaining the problem FIRST :)

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  14. iamlegend Group Title
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    Ok cool, I take it you guys are good friends. :) well sorry, and thanks for the help!

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    I said i could finish it when you asked, and i did. but thanks,

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    You can go help all the other people waiting now, thanks again

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