Geometry

Simplify (6t to the fifth power) with whole expression in parenthesis to the 2nd pwr.

asked by Gelo G
  1. (6^5)^2 = 6^(5*2) = 6^10

    or, look at it like this:

    (6^5)^2 = 6^5 * 6^5 = 6^10

    posted by Steve

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