Can anyone help me solve this please!! I need the steps to solve this using the properties of exponents.
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Originally Posted by patrick3002 Can anyone help me solve this please!! I need the steps to solve this using the properties of exponents. cube the first fraction and square the last ... $\displaystyle \frac{27a^3}{b^6} \cdot b^7 \cdot \frac{4a^2}{9}$ make it all one fraction by multiplying ... $\displaystyle \frac{27a^3 \cdot b^7 \cdot 4a^2}{b^6 \cdot 9}$ can you finish?
Aw man! right under my nose! thanks so much!!! $\displaystyle 12a^5b$ sweet! Could you tell me how u write the math in here? Like how you made the fraction bar and the multiplier symbol? Thanks!
Originally Posted by patrick3002 sweet! Could you tell me how u write the math in here? Like how you made the fraction bar and the multiplier symbol? Have a look at http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...-tutorial.html
Alright! Thanks a million!
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