Algebra II
posted by Lucy .
Simplify:
x^5*x^pi
Answer: x^8.14
Is this correct? I know that this is a repost of a question I posted yesterday, and I appreciate Damon looking at it, but I don't think I was clear in my typing of the question.
Thanks.

Yes, or x^(5 + pi).
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