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i need to write each expression as a product of the same factor:
* = multiply can you check these please

a^2 i got a*a

19^3 i got 19*19*19

-6^2 i got 6*6*-1

-x^3 i got x*x*x*-1

(-5)^4 i got (-5)*(-5)*(-5)*(-5)*(-5)

4^3 i got 4*4*4

-(10)^2 im not sure how to do??

20^1 i got just : 20

  • MATH - ,

    (-5)^4 should be (-5)*(-5)*(-5)*(-5)
    for -(10)^2 was the negitive attached to the ten if so its (-10)*(-10) if not then its (10)*(10)*(-1)

  • MATH - ,

    -(10(^2
    = -(10)*(10)

    the rest are correct , you already corrected (-5)^4

  • MATH - ,

    wait for : -(10)^2
    the negative sign is outside to left of parenthesis
    so is it:
    (10)*(10)*(-1)

    is that right?

  • MATH - ,

    that's what I said.
    It does not matter whether the -1 is in front or behind

    -(10)(10) = -1(10)(10) = (10)(10)(-1)

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