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is zero a multiple of every number?

Find the prime factorization of the number, and write it in exponent form.

198

Compute the value of the given expression.

_|8|_ |11-8|



Evaluate the expression.

-8x + 8y, for x = 8 and y = -1

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  1. zero is not a multiple of every number. for the last equation, substitute x for 8 and y for -1. the answer is about -72.

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