Math

F^2 • f^4
A, (2f)^8
B, (2f)^6
C, f^8
D, f^6

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  1. f^2 * f^6 = ?

    When you have a variable to an exponent, multiplied by the same variable to an exponent, what do you do?

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  2. If F and f are simply variables and of the same type (why is one upper case, the other lower?), and your • means multiplication
    then f^6

    just like (x^2) (x^4) = x^6

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