(x-4)2^ (4-x)2^ the 2^ are to the second power
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Originally Posted by michaelmitchell (x-4)2^ (4-x)2^ the 2^ are to the second power simplify ?? $\displaystyle (x-4)^2=[-(4-x)]^2 $
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