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multiply 3x^2(x^4-2x) and what exponent rule did you use?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
3x^6−6x^3
anonymous
  • anonymous
Would you like to know how I got it ?
help_people
  • help_people
yes please and what exponent rule applies ?

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help_people
  • help_people
@jenny1003
anonymous
  • anonymous
=(3x2)(x4+−2x) =(3x2)(x4)+(3x2)(−2x) =3x6−6x3 I guess product rule but I could be wrong
help_people
  • help_people
ok :) ty could you help w. more at 5:00 ? @jenny1003
help_people
  • help_people
i have to do some stuff so...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok jus @ me when you back on
help_people
  • help_people
wait may you explain to me what product rule is ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Rule (a n · a m = a n+m) Ex (23 · 24 = 23+4 = 128)
help_people
  • help_people
wait could you show with exponents (ik i am asking a lot)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sureee Lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
oduct rule with same exponent an · bn = (a · b)n Example: 32 · 42 = (3·4)2 = 122 = 12·12 = 144
help_people
  • help_people
@jenny1003
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you get it or still confused?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@help_people
help_people
  • help_people
I get it ty :) see you at 5 and when i do may you please explain everything ? lol i am just trying to understand and you promise you will be there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Like I said jus @ me and I will
help_people
  • help_people
and also could you do this if your showing an epxpontent ^ for example 2 squared = 2^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
4
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you asking what 2^2 is ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If so it's 4
help_people
  • help_people
nno i am saying that when you are using an exponent could you put the ^ sign Example 2 squared put 2^2
help_people
  • help_people
thats what I'm saying use the ^ sign cause i noticed you were not and it confused what was an exponent and what was not lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lol yea you can
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sorry
help_people
  • help_people
that ok but may you use it later on but i have to go in like a minute
anonymous
  • anonymous
5 Right ? Jus @ me. See ya later
help_people
  • help_people
4:55 lol
help_people
  • help_people
but ok i will make a new tab bye then
help_people
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok

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