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  1. anonymous
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    @Trey..

  3. anonymous
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    what is your first step?

  4. anonymous
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    you have the equation and you have the variables

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    Hi there, I will leave to expertise of @imasofty

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    ok we have 4(x-y) and our variables are x=-2 and y= -4. tell me what you are stumped on then i will tell you what to do about it

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    4

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    alright do you mean that when you plug in the -4 you also have a subtraction sign there?

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    uhhhh

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    no wait 10

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    where di you get 10 from show me your stpes

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    the 4 lets find out

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    ok well first off we need to solve everything inside the parenthesis. so lets do that

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    11=4

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    11 is not equal to 4

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    yes it is

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    i don tknow where to start with that

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    from the 4 that gets equalld by 11

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    im going to guess you just want me to give you the answer

  20. anonymous
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    kind of. I got lots of work to do

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    @iamsofty, all you need to do is replace the x and y in the equation

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    yeah duh @iamsofty

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    i know the answer in mot going to do it for him

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    hold on lemme google

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    he needs to learn the steps ima guide not a calculator

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    B GOT IT

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    WHY DIDNT I JUST USE GOOGLE FOR THIS? LOL

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    4([-2] -[-4])^4

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    there ya go

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    I got it done so much fastar

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    bye iamsofty

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    see ya

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    @HelpMePlease1999 must have been pleased gave you a point

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    no someone else did

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    Oh, right, we do our best, that is all you can do, dont beat urself up!

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    im not going to give anyone the answer i will only let them figure it out with a little help. i now they know the answer or how to get it

  37. anonymous
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    they just need to know they can do it

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    @iamasofty, the answer is easy, just substitute x = -2 and y = -4 into 4(x-y)^4 which gives 4([-2]-[-4])^4 = 4(-2+4)^4 = 4 (2)^4 = 4 x 64 =16+ 240 = 256 explaining it is a little more difficult

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