1. While simplifying some math work, Peter wrote on his paper that x3 • x3 • x3 • x3 equaled x3+ 3 + 3 +3 . Did Peter simplify his work correctly and completely to a final answer? Would Peter’s work be the same if he were to simplify x3 + x3 + x3 + x3?
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Is this supposed to be: Peter wrote on his paper that (x^3)*(x^3)*(x^3)*(x^3) equaled x^(3+3+3+3)? If so, then Peter did simplify his work correctly and completely. And no, Peter's work would not be the same if he were to simply (x^3) + (x^3) + (x^3) + (x^3):
(x^3)*(x^3)*(x^3)*(x^3) = x^(3+3+3+3) = x^12
(x^3) + (x^3) + (x^3) + (x^3) = 4*(x^3)
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