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posted by Maryam .
3^2*3^3=3^5 7*0.1=7/10
5^2*5^3=5^5 3*0.1=3/10
13^2*13^3=13^5 4*0.1=4/10
For each set of special cases, write a general pattern.
HELP I DON'T GET THIS!!

I really do not know what you are studying but suspect what is desired is
x^n * x^m = x^(n+m)
and maybe
n * .1 = n/10
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