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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeKiara View Post
    *Child inside me screaming (Gimme the answer please mister)* Here are my attempts too:

    20d^8e^6
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    2d^2e X 5d^2e^2

    I don't know... Is the denominator d^43^3?
    no, it's 10d^4e^3 in the denominator

    4 X (g^2)^2 <<< What do I do with these twos?
    we finished with this one, why are you going back?
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    I am really very sorry. I am so tired. I have been up since 5 in the morning.
    So which problem is left? What was the answer to number 3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeKiara View Post
    I am really very sorry. I am so tired. I have been up since 5 in the morning.
    So which problem is left? What was the answer to number 3?
    you already did #3, problem 5 is the only one left, the one where you asked me about the denominator. just finish that
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    Is it:

    d^8e^6
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    10d^4e^3 ?
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    No, is it:

    10d^4e^3 ?
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    Hang on:

    d^14e^3 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeKiara View Post
    No, is it:

    10d^4e^3 ?
    this is it, except the 10 is a 2, since 20/10 = 2


    what was your other answer about?
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    Whew, thank goodness for that. I don't know... You can't add the 10 to the d^4?

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    Ha ha! So this thread ends! I finally understand now.

    20 d^8 e^6
    --- X ----- X ----
    10 d^4 e^2

    *Laughs madly*
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