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posted by Zenia

Need to simplify (6b to the 2 power)to the 2nd power


(6b to the 4th power)to the 4th power equals 24b to the 4th power

Not sure if I did this right trying to understand how to simplify. Please help, please.

  1. Steve

    (6b^2)^2 = 6^2 (b^2)^2 = 36b^4

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