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Algebra - Multiplication with Exponents

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7 to the 3rd power multiplied by 7 to the fifth power

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Feb 15, 2011
Multiplication with Exponents
by: Staff


The question:

7 to the 3rd power multiplied by 7 to the fifth power


The answer:

7 to the 3rd power multiplied by 7 to the fifth power


(7^3) * (7^5)

7^(3+5)

7^(8)

7^8

The final answer is: 7^8 (7 to the 8th power)



Thanks for writing.


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