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(5)(5^4)(x^3)(x^8) how to solve

Guest Sep 26, 2017
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\((5)(5^4)(x^3)(x^8)\)

5^4 multiplied by 5 is the same as 5^5.

\((5^5)(x^3)(x^8)\)

When two same variables with exponents are multiplied, the exponents add together.

\((5^5)({x}^{11})\)

Expand the 5^5.

\((5*5*5*5*5)({x}^{11})\Rightarrow (3125)(x^{11})\)

So your answer is:

\(3,125x^{11}\)

AdamTaurus  Sep 26, 2017

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