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February 1, 2015

February 1, 2015

Posted by **teri** on Wednesday, December 6, 2006 at 6:09pm.

Act like one of the teachers in here, explain with words and step by step examples. As in: " first, you take the numbers and functions from the sentance and convert them into math symbols"...

It isn't clear from your description if the 4 is raised to the fourth power and the 2 is raised to the fifth power or just the X raised to those powers. I will assume just the X is raised to those powers as I show below. If it is something different, I think you will understand what to do.

(4X

Divide 4 by 2 to obtain 2. Move the X in the numerator to the denominator.

(2)/(X

Now combine the X terms.

2/(X

2/X.

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