algebra 2
posted by at .
(3x power over 27x+11)+(6x power over 2+9x81)=
i know i supposed to add this but that's all i dunno what to add and not to add

I don't know what you mean by "3x power" or "6x power." If you are talking about an exponent, you need to indicate what power it is — x squared (x^2), x cubed (x^3) and so on.
Repost in clearer terms.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

math
how to add frecions ? Do you mean fractions? 
Math
I need help with these questions: Copy the equations. Add brakcets to make each one true. a) 7  5 to the 4th power divided by 8 = 2 b) 3 x 2  5 to the 10 power = 1 c) 39  4 + 6 divided by 3 to the 2nd power = 3 
algebra
7s over 5t to the negative 3rd power 2 to the negative 3rd power times X to the 2nd power times Z to the negative 7th power 7s to the zero power times T to the negative 5th power over 2 to the negative 1st power times M to the 2nd … 
Engineering
A receiver requires 10 mW as input power. If all the system losses add up to 50 db, then how much power is required from all the source ? 
algebra 2
add. (4x power of 2xy+y power of two)(x power of two  3 xy+4y power of two)= help please 
Algebra 2 ...
* Simplify. a to the power of 4/3 times c ^1/6 all over 9b^3..... everything is in the parenthesis and is raised to the power of 2....times the whole thing to, a to the power of 3 times b to the power of two all over 3c.... everything … 
Intermediate Algebra
add or subtract the following polynomials as indicated (5.9x to the 3rd power+3.4x to the 2nd power  7)92.9x to the 3rd power 9.6x to the 2nd power +3) 
Math
What is the simplified expression for 4 to the power of negative 3 multiplied by 3 to the power of 4 multiplied by 4 to the power of 2 whole over 3 to the power of 5 multiplied by 4 to the power of negative 2 ? 
math help pls pls pls
Choose the correct simplification of the expression the quantity a to the 2nd power over b to the 3rd power all raised to the 4th power. A. a to the 6th power over b to the 7th power B. b^12 C. a^8b^15 D. the quantity a to the 8th … 
algebra
Rewrite the rational exponent as a radical by extending the properties of integer exponents. 2 to the 3 over 4 power, all over 2 to the 1 over 2 power