What is the value of the expression when a = 2?
4
5a

- anonymous

What is the value of the expression when a = 2?
4
5a

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- anonymous

@pooja195

- moazzam07

Please right the question neatly

- anonymous

? that is the whole thing

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- steve816

5(2)=10

- anonymous

?

- anonymous

@GracieBugg

- Nnesha

\[\huge\rm \frac{4 }{ 5a }\] is this right ?

- anonymous

yes well it is not a fraction it is 5a and 4 on top

- anonymous

like 4 top side

- Nnesha

if it's not a fraction then top of what ?

- Nnesha

ohhh \[\huge\rm 5a^4\] like this

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

like that

- Nnesha

so use ^<-- this mark for the exponent

- Nnesha

now substitute a for 2

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

and it is 2?

- anonymous

how do u do that?

- anonymous

i do not get this i need help what do i do?

- anonymous

@Nnesha

- Nnesha

just replace a with 2\[5(2)^4\]

- anonymous

ok and what next

- anonymous

ad?

- anonymous

add

- Nnesha

(2)^4 is same as 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 so multiply them

- anonymous

so 2*4?

- anonymous

cut to the chase

- anonymous

hello?

- Nnesha

2^4 is same as
\[2 \times 2 \times 2 \times 2 \]

- Nnesha

multiply them1!!!!

- anonymous

8

- Nnesha

u sure ?

- anonymous

idk i did 2*2*2*2

- anonymous

and got 8

- Nnesha

that's not right i have no idea how u r multiplying them.

- anonymous

just give me the answer i will meadle u

- Nnesha

ohh really will u give me the medal ??

- anonymous

yep

- Nnesha

you really did Oh my god
what would i do with it ? eh ?

- Nnesha

now multiply them

- Nnesha

2^4 means 4 2's
\[\huge\rm 2 \times 2 \times 2 \times 2=?\]

- anonymous

16?

- Nnesha

yes right
\[5(16) = ?\]

- anonymous

5(16)2?

- Nnesha

how did you get 2 ?

- anonymous

idk guesstd it

- Nnesha

\[\huge\rm 5(\color{Red}{2)^4}\]\[\huge\rm 5(\color{Red}{16)}\] multiply them

- anonymous

32

- Nnesha

yes!!

- anonymous

32 is my answer

- Nnesha

better to use calculator instead asking for direct answer.
why waste time ?

- anonymous

ok thx thow

- Nnesha

np :)

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @shadybubba
32 is my answer
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
no

- Nnesha

wait what
5(16) = ??

- anonymous

rong it was 80!!!!!!!

- Nnesha

yes

- anonymous

!
the answer waqs 80 ur just going around telling ppl worg answers

- anonymous

u said it was 32

- Nnesha

you re the one who i said 32

- anonymous

ur supost to correct me

- anonymous

so ima report u it sayes in the code of conduct not to go around telling people wrong answers sorry i need to thx for wasting my time

- Nnesha

good for you.

- anonymous

thx

- Nnesha

and it's h.w question so it's okay

- anonymous

nope sorry

- Nnesha

wat nope ? it's a test or quiz ?

- Nnesha

alright i apologize :)

- freckles

It isn't @Nnesha 's fault. The assignment is yours and it your responsibility to double check @shadybubba . No one is responsible for your work but you.
@Nnesha gave get great assistance and you just made guesses such as the one to 2*2*2*2 ... You said 8...
He even asked you to compute 5(16) which would have given you the correct result if you have tried to actually compute 5(16)...

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