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  1. mollyann
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  2. cory_ryan
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    B

  3. mdoublep
    • 3 years ago
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    not b

  4. cory_ryan
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    (2x^6)(3x^.5)=2x3 is 6 and 6x1/2 is 6/2 which would be 3!

  5. mdoublep
    • 3 years ago
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    you don't multiply exponents when you have the same base, you add them

  6. cory_ryan
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    ok so 6+1/2 would still give you 6.5 or 6 1/2 so it still would be 6/2 =3?

  7. mdoublep
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    6 + 1/2, first you have to give them the same denominator. 6 = 12/2 12/2 + 1/2 = 13/2

  8. mollyann
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    So A?

  9. mdoublep
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    right

  10. cory_ryan
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    ok, you got me on that one haha!

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