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2. What is a^2 if a= 5 a. 25 b. 25 c. 1/25 d. 1/25 4. What is (m)^3n if m= 2 and n= 24 a. 3 b. –3 c. 4 d. –4
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brb going to be afk for a few be back in a min!
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2. = (5)^2 = 1/(5)^2 =  4. = (m)^3n = n/(m)^3 = 24/(2)^3 = 24/8 = 
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Sorry i just got home let me check too see if they are right and i will let you know! Btw could you check some of my other answers?
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ill give you a medal for sure! 1. What is the simplified form of 3a^4b^2c^3 a. 81a^4c^3/b^2 b. 81a^4/b^2c^3 c. 3a^4/b^2c^3 d. 3a^4c^3/b^2 * my answer 3. What is the simplified form of (14x)^0y^7z? a. 14z/y^7 b. 14z/y^7 c. z/y^7 *my answer d. z/y^7 5. Which of the following simplifies to a negative number? a. 4^4 b. (4)^4 c. 4^4 * my answer d. 1/4^4
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@Nurali Yes they look right ty !
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Could anyone else check my answers? 1,3 and 5?
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Ty i took it and it was 100%
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