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I thought I was understanding this but I am really not sure about the symbols.
Does the 3*(13/20)^2*(7/20) translate to 3 times 13/20 times 2 times 7/20?
Sorry I am not up on the symbols...
I will keep trying.

No. * means multiplication
^ means to the power of, as in 3^2 is 32

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