Algebra
posted by Kara .
I am wondering if I did this right?
Write Using a positive exponets and simplify if possiable.
(3x)^2
I took the 3^2=9 over the x^2
and the answer would be
 9 over x^2

no. If if it
(3x)^2, that is equal to 9x^{2}
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