Posted by **Sandro!** on Wednesday, November 8, 2006 at 5:32pm.

(5a^3b^4)2

would it be:

10a^6b^8

five squared is 25, and three squared is nine, not ten and six.

Sorry!I always forget!LOL!

(5a^3b^4)^2 =

5^2 (a^3)^2 (b^4)^2 =

25 a^6 b^8

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