algebra

what operations can you assocate with coefficients? what operations can you asociate with exponents?


You can add, or multipy with each:

Example
Ax + Bx= x(A+B)
A(Bx)= AB x

x^y + x^z= x^(y+z)
[x(^y)]^z= x^yz

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