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simplify:

(2x^2y)(-5x^-5y^6)

(5y)^3

  • ALgebra -

    I noticed this question before, did not answer it because I thought it was ambigious.
    Are there two different problems here or is it one continuous multiplication.

    I will assume you have
    (2x^2y)(-5x^-5y^6) which is
    = -10x^-3y^7
    or
    = -10y^7/x^3

    (5y)^3 = 125y^3

    not much was gained in "simplification" here.

  • ALgebra -

    yes they were two different problems and yes i know they're stupid questions in my math book.

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