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@yololol -9a^5b*(-7b^3)

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  1. yololol
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    Multiply whole numbers and then exponents. so -9 and -7 a^5 and then b^3xb :) I'm not a great teacher so hopefully that helps :p

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    Whe you multiply exponents, you are adding them. Just a side note.

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    Oh yeah, that too^ Sorry I told you I'm a bad teacher. I assume everyone knows these things :/

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    lol, I'm a worse teacher. :P

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