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\[P ^{12}\]
anonymous
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\[(p ^{x})^{x}=p ^{x ^{2}}\]

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anonymous
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so i just multiply the 3 and 4 together?\
anonymous
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yes :)
anonymous
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Any question?
anonymous
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oh wow :P thanks. i have 3 more that I need help with..would you mind?
anonymous
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yeah I can help :)
anonymous
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ok hang on :)
anonymous
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tyt
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anonymous
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4x^2y^6 could that be the answer?
anonymous
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yeah !! u got it !
anonymous
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thank you. now another one that im not so sure about. give me one sec and ill post it
anonymous
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tyt :)
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\[\frac{ 2x^3y^6 }{ 5 }\]
anonymous
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simply, 8/20=2/5. then you'll subtract the power of the x.
anonymous
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thanks again...i need help with one last one ( i promise haha)
anonymous
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hahah :) .. the third and the last.
anonymous
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can you show me how to simplify this?
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anonymous
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haha yeah, this is confusing :P
anonymous
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\[(4a^2b)(-2a)^2=(4a^2b)(-4a^2)=-16a^4b\]
anonymous
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you'll solve the (-2a)^2 first. then you'll expand the 2 brackets and add the powers of the x .
anonymous
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thankyou so much...i truley appreciate it. i wish i could giveu a hug through the computer screen :P
anonymous
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hahahah cheers mate! :D
anonymous
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is this a binomial? 4x^2 - 9 I believe it is lol
anonymous
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thats what ithink, but i had doubts
anonymous
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a binomial expansion should be in the form of (a+b)^n.
anonymous
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then its a monomial?
anonymous
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a monomial is like: 1,x,x^2 .... x^n.
anonymous
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crap..then what could it be? a degree maybe?
anonymous
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could you please give me the complete question?
anonymous
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4x2 - 9 is an example of a a.monomial b.binomial c.trinomial d.degree
anonymous
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its 4x^2-9 not 4x2-9
anonymous
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binomial I guess ... But, I'm not sure!
anonymous
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hmmmmmmmm. we are both uncertain. :P thankyou for you help...your a great person..take care
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we were right :)
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anonymous
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yeah :)
anonymous
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hahaha no problem, happy new year to you too.
anonymous
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p12! :)

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