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please dont ask people to message you ....
im sorry i just need help
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idk how to do that
some basics here: what would you say an exponent actually represents? what does 6^2 mean?
that would be 36
more specifically: 6^2 means 6 times 6 , 2 multiples of 6 6^5 means: , 5 multiples of 6
yes but i tryting to figure out this problme and thats no helping me
i wanna see someone that could do the work and i could see how they have solved it
this is teaching you how exponents so that we can perform the problem. i negative exponent represent the wrong side of a line: \[7^{-3}~means~\frac{1}{7^3}\]
yes but can u solve the problme i just drew for u
we are not in the habit of doing all the work for you, we prefer a guidance approach to curb the amount of cheating that goes on
using these basic principles, we can rewrite and work out the problem you posted.
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how would you expand:\[(4r^2)^2\]using these principles?
What a pity. amistre64 is trying to make you UNDERSTAND, but you prefer the easy way..
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you guys dont wanna get me mad
lol, its not about getting you mad. but if you do not want to work this out thats fine

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