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@Hero Can you help?

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\[(4^{2})^{3} 4^{0}\]

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any number raised to 0 is one.

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- anonymous

when a power is raised to another power, you must multiply the two powers by each other.

- anonymous

the answer i think it is
\[4\times ^{24}\]

- anonymous

how did you get that?

- Hero

@firedmeup are you familar with order of operations? Perform what is in parentheses first.

- anonymous

nvm mind that

- anonymous

i am familiar with the order of operations yes...

- anonymous

so multiply the exponents. 2x3. = \[4^{6}\]

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

what would 4^6 get you?

- anonymous

24

- anonymous

I meant 4 raised to the 6th power.

- anonymous

oh

- anonymous

4 raised to the 6th power is 4,096

- anonymous

yes sorry i had to do something

- anonymous

it's fine. Do you know what the next step would be?

- anonymous

4 to the 0 power is 1
so \[4^{6}\times4^{0}\] ?

- anonymous

remember what I said before: any number raised to zero gives you 1. so you would have \[4^{6} 1\]

- anonymous

ok. i just missed a step.. oops

- anonymous

so the answer is 4,096

- anonymous

?

- anonymous

yes! Do you understand now?

- anonymous

yes. but i need to simplify to a fraction..

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

Thankyou soooo much

- anonymous

your welcome :)

- anonymous

what did you need help with a fraction

- anonymous

the answers are 0
4 to the 6th
4 to the 7th
and 4 to the 24th

- anonymous

It would be 4 to the 6th because that is the only one that gives the correct answer.

- anonymous

i haveit
its 4 to the 6th.

- anonymous

yep

- anonymous

lol thanks!

- anonymous

your welcome.

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