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  1. anonymous
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    @campbell_st

  2. anonymous
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    @nincompoop @Preetha @mathmate

  3. anonymous
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    its the equivalent because

  4. campbell_st
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    so an easy solution is to write it in expanded notation \[x^3 = x \times x \times x\] rewrite it another 2 times.... how many x's that will be the power

  5. anonymous
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    your just writing it id a different equation

  6. anonymous
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    wait so it is equivalent, I honestly thought it wasn't but thank you for correcting my mistake.

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    u welcome

  8. anonymous
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    @campbell_st will there be 9 Xs if you write it two more times? :/

  9. radar
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    NO. Your original thinking is correct.

  10. radar
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    When multiplying a common base, you need to "add" the exponents.

  11. anonymous
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    Oh I see so in the first one you would have to add because the base which is the x is being multiplied. How about the other one? Also thank you very much radar for the help and explanation.

  12. radar
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    \[x ^{3}x ^{3}x ^{3}=x ^{(3+3+3)}\]

  13. anonymous
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    Ahhhh okay this is starting to make sense to me.

  14. radar
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    I only see one problem.

  15. anonymous
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    What's the problem, if I may ask? @radar

  16. radar
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    I misunderstood when you mentioned the "first one" , I thought you were suggesting another one lol....

  17. radar
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    Do you have more answers that you want to check out?

  18. anonymous
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    lol that's okay and no thank you so much for your help! :]

  19. radar
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    No problem, you're welcome and good luck with your studies.

  20. anonymous
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    Thank you! :]

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