Algebra II

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How would you simplify:


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    Do you mean 2^(pi-2)/2(pi+2)?
    That can be written
    2^(pi -2 -pi -2)= 2^-4 = 1/16.

    If you mean [(2^pi)-2]/[(2^pi)+2],
    that is about as simplifierd as you can make it.

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