Choose the correct simplification of the expression (c2)9. a.c18 b.c11 c.c512 d. c

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Choose the correct simplification of the expression (c2)9. a.c18 b.c11 c.c512 d. c

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\[\huge~(c^2)^9\]
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similar example (c3)4=c3∗4 (c3)4=c12 note: this isn't the answer to your question as it's just a similar example

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I got b
yup that is right
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When you raise a power to a power, you MULTIPLY powers.
I mean I got B LOL sorry had trouble there
OregonDuck, b is not right...
\[\huge\rm (x^m)^n = x^{m \times n}\]
@e.mccormick i did the equation and i got stuck with A and B
What is \[\huge 9 \times 2=???\]
@OregonDuck You gave a good example that was correct. \((c^3)^4 = c^{12}\) showing that the exponents are multiplied. Then the poster said the answer is C. c^11, which means the exponents were added, you said that was correct. Answer C. is incorrect bec the exponents need to be multiplied not added.
\(\huge\rm x^mx^n = x^{m + n}\) is what some people seem to be thinking about, but this problem is not in that form.
^above I meant answer B. c^11, not answer C.
a) c18 b) c11 c) c512 d) c
so a?
Yes, @OregonDuck , A is correct.

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