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  • one year ago

~~!!WILL FAN AND MEDAL!!~~ If (6^0)^x = 1, what are the possible values of x? Explain your answer. (5 points)

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  1. anonymous
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    @Hero @imqwerty @iloveyou;* @Robert136 @Starr_DynastyT @KAKES1967 @nuccioreggie @mathway @geny55

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i suck at math sorry :/

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    :c

  4. anonymous
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    @goformit100 @sammixboo @Elsa213 @whpalmer4 @triciaal @thomaster @ganeshie8 @nincompoop @vera_ewing @ikram002p @sourwing @Jaynator495 @sweetburger

  5. anonymous
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    help

  6. anonymous
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    ???

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    @jasmineETTA

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    @Tazmaniadevil

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    @MrNood

  10. anonymous
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    :C

  11. MrNood
    • one year ago
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    first - what is 6^0

  12. anonymous
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    1

  13. anonymous
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    @Mehek14

  14. MrNood
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    so your equatio0n becomes 1^x = 1 from your answer above can you see a value of x that ids true for that?

  15. anonymous
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    yes

  16. anonymous
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    ???

  17. MrNood
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    so - I asked 'can you see a value for x such that 1^x = 1' there are 2 values - what are they?

  18. anonymous
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    1,0

  19. anonymous
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    ??? y u keep leaving??

  20. MrNood
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    so - you have the answer....

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    how am i going to explain my answer?

  22. MrNood
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    x^0 = 1 for all x 1^n = 1 for all n

  23. anonymous
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    k

  24. anonymous
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    i have more pls help

  25. anonymous
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    Find the value of the following expression: (38 ⋅ 2−5 ⋅ 90)−2 ⋅ 2 to the power of negative 2 over 3 to the power of 3, whole to the power of 4 ⋅ 328 (5 points) Write your answer in simplified form. Show all of your steps. (5 points)

  26. anonymous
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    wait let me edit

  27. anonymous
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    x = all real numbers

  28. anonymous
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    Find the value of the following expression: (3^8 ⋅ 2^−5 ⋅ 9^0)^−2 ⋅ 2 4 ⋅ 3^28 (5 points) Write your answer in simplified form. Show all of your steps. (5 points)

  29. MrNood
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    if you evaluate the brackets first e4hn it becomes 1^x =1 if you evaluate 6 ^ 0*x then that allows for all real numbers

  30. MrNood
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    @sourwing if you evaluate the brackets first then it becomes 1^x =1 if you evaluate 6 ^ 0*x then that allows for all real numbers, but brackets are evaluated before exponents

  31. triciaal
    • one year ago
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    for the original question the answer I have is 1 6^0^x = 1 0*x = 0 6^0 = 1

  32. anonymous
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    thx

  33. anonymous
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    can u help me with one last question??

  34. anonymous
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    ???

  35. anonymous
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    Part A: The sun produces 3.9 ⋅ 10^33 ergs of radiant energy per second. How many ergs of radiant energy does the sun produce in 3.25 ⋅ 10^3 seconds? Part B: Which is the more reasonable measurement of the distance between the tracks on a railroad: 1.435 ⋅ 10^−3 mm or 1.435 ⋅ 10^3 mm? Justify your answer.

  36. anonymous
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    HELLO?????????!!!>

  37. anonymous
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    pls help

  38. anonymous
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    dont just stare at the post but dont help

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    OMG

  40. anonymous
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    @surjithayer HELP ME pls :)

  41. anonymous
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    -_-

  42. anonymous
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    can u pls git of my post if ur not gonna help im sorry but poststalking is anoying

  43. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    :D

  44. anonymous
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    \[1.435*10^{-3}=\frac{ 1.435 }{ 1000 }=.001435 mm\] \[1.435*10^3=1.435*1000=1435 ~mm\] can you conclude now?

  45. anonymous
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    thx

  46. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yw

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