Simplify (s)(-3st)(-).

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Simplify (s)(-3st)(-).

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what is (-)
ops its \[\frac{ 1 }{ 3}\]
since it is all multiplication, you can combine them all into one term

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yea but what do i do with the letters
-3*s*s*t*(1/3)
remember... \[s*s = s^{(1+1)} = s^2\]
-3/3 = -1
so 64? and -1
hmm.. here
\[\frac{ -3*s*s*t }{ 3 } = \frac{ -3 }{ 3 }*s^2*t\]
where did you see 64
i did the 8 example thing you showed me
s*s = s^2 that is all you can do... the numbers and letters are not able to combine
\[\frac{ -3*s*s*t }{ 3 } = \frac{ -3 }{ 3 }*s^2*t = (-1)*s^2*t\] that is all you can do
so -3 1/3 t?
the 3's cancel .... as what @DanJS typed earlier.
-s^2*t
@DanJS i was typing that
you can combine only the like quantities... numbers or variables
cool.. goodluck
thanks for your help

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