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not so sure

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  1. itsjustme_lol
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  2. itsjustme_lol
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    what does this equal? i hoenstly keep trying and cant find the answer

  3. ChmE
    • 3 years ago
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    \[\large {x^a \over x^b }= x^{a-b}\]

  4. ChmE
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    simplify the constants, just like you would in grade school, then use the property I just gave you to simplify the variables

  5. mathstudent55
    • 3 years ago
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    |dw:1357527926497:dw|

  6. Scrambles
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    it's all division, so you can rewrite it as \[\frac{ 16 }{ -8 } \times \frac{ x^2 }{ x^2 } \times \frac{ y^4 }{ y^3 }\] then simplify from that and re-multiply everything together, if that helps you to figure out the concept

  7. itsjustme_lol
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    What type of polynomial is 3x^2+6x+1? im thinking trinomial

  8. Scrambles
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    yes, trinomial

  9. itsjustme_lol
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    thankyou..wish i could give u a medal

  10. Scrambles
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    lol np

  11. mathstudent55
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    I gave @scrambles a medal for you, @itsjustme_lol

  12. Scrambles
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    I thank you kindly

  13. mathstudent55
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    You're welcome.

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