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

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it was a joke haha but heres the real questions. 1. What is the simplified form of (–3x^3y^2)(5xy^–1)? (1 point)
BookReader did you get that from twitter
Ohhhhh you wanted attention
no i dident know if this was fake
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
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i thought this was a fake web page
*giggle* It's not fake It's real but some questions people can not answer..... sorry
ok
1st grade is tough hu? Good luck though
haha sure
shantolovechrib, i do not go on twitter i heard it at school
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, \(\Large a^ba^c = a^{b+c}\)
Ok BookReader and 7+7 is a triangle and 3+3 is 8
yep
What does 0 say to 8? Nice belt!

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