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can someone help me with some math did a bunch wronge?

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    You will get help as soon as you post your problem or topic. :)

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    lol ok |dw:1357604018475:dw|

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    that is a q

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    Is it: \(\huge (\frac{2q^4}{7})^4 \) ?

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    yes how did you get that on there ?

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    You type *( \huge(\frac{2q^4}{7})^4 *) except you replace the two * at the beginning and the end by \. Anyway, everything inside has to be raised to the fourth power, so it becomes: \( \huge(\frac{2^4(q^4)^4}{7^4}) \) = \( \huge(\frac{16q^{16}}{2401}) \)

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    i am really confused on all the 4 and the q

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    Using the rules of exponents which says that \(\huge (\frac{a}{b})^c \) = \(\huge \frac{a^c}{b^c} \) And you can take it from here. (sorry, got to go)

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    thank you for you help

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    yw! :)

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