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Hey, im a little confused with this question:

2^n x 4^(n+1)
/
8^(n-2)

I have to change all bases to 2 then simplify fully.

Thanks everoyne.

  • algebra -

    Here are some hints:

    4^(n+1) = (2^2)^(n+1)

    8^(n-2) = (2^3)^(n-2)

  • algebra -

    yep ive got that much correct then, im more or less checking if what ive done is correct, that's all.

    The final answer i got was

    2^(3n+2)
    /
    2^(3n-6)

    Or can that be simplified further?

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