Idk why you asked but he has 10 chocolates and something that affected his stomach and his other belongings+his children or parents

If it is homework or AOPS then do not cheat

oops I thought it said how long for 9 people

exactly

I think you can do this yourself. If not, why did you decide to do the problem?

AOPS tests your problem solving ability, not others'

You are welcome as long as you are not cheating your homework

\(11m^3\) simplified is \(\frac{11m}{m^-2}\) so 11*reciprocal 1/m^2 which is equal to m^2*11m= \(11m^3\)

That is SOOOOOO EZ \(\frac{happynumber}{happiness}\)

6^-6= 1/6^6 because a negative exponent gives you the reciprocal to the exponent power and t^5 is multiplying it so t^5*1/6^6 is equivalent to \(\frac{t^5}{6^6}\)

What do you mean by "more equivalent expressions"?

Isn't it 4 times?