Posted by **Katy** on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 12:33am.

Match expressions from this list that are equivalent but written in different forms. There can be multiple matches.

I know that there is a group of 3, and a group of 2, matching expressions.

Here are the expression-I need help figuring out how to go about this.

a.) (2x^2)^3 b.) 8x^5

c.) (-4x^3)(-2x^3) d.) (6x^2)(2x^3)

e.) (12)(x)(x)(x)(x)(x)

f.) (4x)(2x^5)

Do i just simplify each expression and see what comes out equal? If so, do you have any hints on doing so?

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