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  • one year ago

There are (32)4 ⋅ 30 bacteria in a petri dish. What is the total number of bacteria in the dish? 38 39 311 324

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  1. anonymous
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    Is the problem given to you \[(32)4*30\]? cause that would make this an easy one to solve.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    no @LoneWolfKay

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Then what is the problem presented to you? Cause I can't help you solve it if I don't understand what the equation is.

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    There are (32)4 ⋅ 30 bacteria in a petri dish. What is the total number of bacteria in the dish? 38 39 311 324 This is the problem @LoneWolfKay

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I meant the formula given to you. I see it says '(32)4 ⋅ 30' But I don't quite understand how that actually looks cause that just looks like simple multiplication. And if that is the case then it would be simple. But, I am pretty sure it isn't. Do you think you could enter the equation in the equation tab on here so I can see what it looks like out of word form?

  6. anonymous
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    idk how can you just help me out on another problem ? @LoneWolfKay

  7. anonymous
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    Sure

  8. anonymous
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    Which calculation can be used to find the value of q in the equation q3 = 64? q equals square root of 64 over 3 q equals square root of 64 q equals cube root of 64 q equals 3 multiplied by square root of 64

  9. anonymous
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    @LoneWolfKay

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    Hmmmm let me see. so this is \[q^3=64\] or\[q3=64\] ? When I know that then I've got your answer

  11. anonymous
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    how about this one

  12. anonymous
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    Simplify three to the negative ninth divided by three to the negative twelfth. one divided by the quantity three to the third one divided by the quantity three to the twenty-first 33 321

  13. anonymous
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    @LoneWolfKay

  14. anonymous
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    1st Simplified form: 9.5599064*10^-11 2nd one: 1/27 3rd one: 1.18023539*10^-12

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