algebra2 plzz help
posted by britteny .
how do you solve these problems
(5x)to the power of a+4(5x)to the power of a2
3 to the power of 5 times xto the power of y+4 divided by 9 times x to the power of y
factor 5a^{a2} , which is the greatest common factor, out.
5a^{a2}(25x^{2} + 4)
check my thinking.
In the second, muliply the numerator and denominator by x to the power of y.
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