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dusty

  • 2 years ago

Compare and Contrast: Below are two expressions. Simplify each and then choose the statement that is true. Expression #1 (3x^2)3x^2 Expression #2 (3x^3)^2(x^2)

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  1. dusty
    • 2 years ago
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    A.) The exponents in Expression #1 are greater than the exponents of Expression #2. B.) The exponents on Expression #2 are greater than the exponents of Expression #1. C.)The exponents of Expression #1 are the same as the exponents of Expression #2. D.) The relationship cannot be determined with the given information.

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    @jes230

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    i think its B but im not for sure, if i put up what i did will u check my work?

  4. jes230
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    idk this dusty im sorry

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    • 2 years ago
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    its okay thank you anyways :)

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