anonymous
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How would you simplify this given expression, assuming that no variable equals 0?
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anonymous
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\[\left(\frac{3x^{2n}y^2}{x^ny}\right)^3\]
anonymous
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you can work from the outside in or from the inside out you pick

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anonymous
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How would you do that? Sorry I'm really bad at this.
anonymous
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first multiply each exponent by 3 to get rid of the 3 outside the parentheses
anonymous
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don't forget to raise \(3\) to the power of \(3\) as well
anonymous
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you should get \[\huge\frac{27x^{6n}y^6}{x^{3n}y^3}\]
anonymous
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next and last step is to subtract the exponents on the like variables
anonymous
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\[\huge 27x^{6n-3n}y^{6-3}\] is a start

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