8th grade Math
posted by Mika .
I'm actually in 7th grade, but I'm doing 8th grade prealgebra, but anyway, here:
I'm supposed to simplify these four problems and I don't really understand how:
28s (15 power)
____
42s (12 power)
4m+(n[7th power]m)
63m(5 power)n(6 power)
______________________
27mn
3a·4a(4 power)
______________
28a(2 power)
Thanks!

i need help with this home work i need to write an algebraic expression for each word. 1.5 less than the prouduct of 3 and p

3p  1.5

how do you convert .833333333333....... into a fraction

what is more dense 14cm3 or 8cm3

five times the sum of a number and 2 is 25 find the number

how many tiles 15 cm square will be needed to cover a floor 5.8 m by 6.90m?

To anonymous 5(x+2) = 35 is the equation. Pretty easy to solve from there

thank u very much

Holy cow this question has a lot of answers!

Make .833333333333 as a fraction

Estimate the square root of 72 how to find it

To Jessica and Mrs Smith
5/6=.833333333
100x=83.333333333
10x= 8.333333333

90x=75
x=75/90=5/6. 
in scientific notation.
(2.74×10^7)+(5.6×10^7= 
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