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## kingdaddy100 2 years ago whats 2+2

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1. MaeganR

4?

2. ShantoloveChrisB

wow dude, you are seriously bored.... well whatever it is 4

3. pooja195

4? really??

4. BookReader

fish!!

5. kingdaddy100

it was a joke haha but heres the real questions. 1. What is the simplified form of (–3x^3y^2)(5xy^–1)? (1 point)

6. ShantoloveChrisB

BookReader did you get that from twitter

7. ShantoloveChrisB

Ohhhhh you wanted attention

8. kingdaddy100

no i dident know if this was fake

9. geerky42

10. ShantoloveChrisB

no i Meant*laugh* as in you wanted someone to see your fake question and if they do you could finally put the real question........ but seriously dude I am very confused with that question

11. kingdaddy100

?

12. kingdaddy100

i thought this was a fake web page

13. ShantoloveChrisB

*giggle* It's not fake It's real but some questions people can not answer..... sorry

14. kingdaddy100

ok

15. Unicorn0881

1st grade is tough hu? Good luck though

16. kingdaddy100

haha sure

17. BookReader

shantolovechrib, i do not go on twitter i heard it at school

18. geerky42

What is the simplified form of $$(–3x^3y^2)(5xy^{–1})$$? Just multiply it all together. $$(–3x^3y^2)(5xy^{–1})$$ = $$–3\cdot 5 \cdot x^3\cdot x\cdot y^2\cdot y^{–1}$$ Remember, $$\Large a^ba^c = a^{b+c}$$

19. ShantoloveChrisB

Ok BookReader and 7+7 is a triangle and 3+3 is 8

20. BookReader

yep

21. geerky42

What does 0 say to 8? Nice belt!

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