Evaluate the statement: (5·3)^3 ? 5·3^3 using < or >. and Evaluate the statement: 2^2·4^6 ? (2·4)^6 using < or >.

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Evaluate the statement: (5·3)^3 ? 5·3^3 using < or >. and Evaluate the statement: 2^2·4^6 ? (2·4)^6 using < or >.

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ok So for the first one: (5*3)^3 (15)^3 3375 5 * (3)^3 5 * 27 135 3375>135 <-- FInal answer
Yeah thats what i put and my test said it was wrong
hmm thats weird give me a minute

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Okay thank you for taking time to help me :P
Ok I am sorry but I have tried three times, using mathway.com and it says 3375 and 135 and 3375 > 135
Ok hmm can you help with this @ganeshie8
This is so frustrating i hate PearBlossom lol :P
do you have a teacher you can call? is this flvs?
Nope no teacher sadly
ugh, this happened to some other kid this morning
what program are you on
PearBlossom Academy they don't explain anything! the book is hard to understand and theres no teacher to explain things
hey you got that pic coming?
Yes sorry my computer is being annoying lol
haha ok
sorry that took like 10 years :P
what the heck??
this doesn't make sense
3,375>135 Try with the comma
okay i'll try
for the second one too, use commas
here im gonna start a new question cause theres something else im not sure on
okay :)

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