Pre-calc, Algebra, Trig

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(2x squared-3x +1)(4)(3x+2)cubed (3)+(3x +2)raised to the 4 (4x-3)


  • Pre-calc, Algebra, Trig -

    Use ^ to mean to the power of, as in

    2x^(2-3x) to mean 2x2-3x

    I cant make any sense out of your statement as it is.

  • Pre-calc, Algebra, Trig -

    Sorry. Simplifying a Fractional Expression. Directions are to Simplify (2x^2-3x+1)(4)(3x+2)^3(3)+(3x+2^4(4x-3)

    I don't know what to do.

  • Pre-calc, Algebra, Trig -

    Sorry. I posted it again. Hope this helps

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