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This equation is incorrect because when we multiply an exponent into a bracket we multiply it with the exponents of the terms inside the bracket.

The correct equation should be:

(xy)^3 = x^3y^3

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    perform the indicated operation ND REDUCE THE RESULT TO LOWEST TERMS. STATES ANY RESTRICTIONS ON THE VARIABLE. USE YOUR CALCULATER TO VERIFY YOUR ANSWER.
    A. 3(x-6)/18*4(x+6)/8(x-6)

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