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Evaluate (3*10^5)^2
Apply the
product rule
to .
Raise to the
power …
Reduce the Fraction 64/256
Factor
out of .
Cancel the
common factors
.
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Factor
out …
Convert to a Percentage 275
Convert to decimal.
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Step 3
Simplify
Reduce the Fraction 63/72
Factor
out of .
Cancel the
common factors
.
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Factor
out …
Convert to a Percentage 45.81
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Simplify .
Solve for y y^(1/4)=2
Raise each side of the
equation
to the
power
of to
eliminate
the fractional
exponent
on the left side.
Evaluate (-27)^(-1/3)
Rewrite the
expression
using the negative
exponent
rule .
…
Solve for y 9^(3y)=27^(y-4)
Create
equivalent
expressions
in the
equation
that all have equal
bases
.
', …
Convert to a Percentage 3 2/5
Convert to decimal.
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Step 3
Simplify
Reduce the Fraction 63/75
Factor
out of .
Cancel the
common factors
.
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Factor
out …
Convert to a Percentage 0.533
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Simplify .
Find the Equation Using Point-Slope Formula (2,3) , (-3,-6)
Find the
slope
of the
line
between and using
Reduce the Fraction 63/90
Factor
out of .
Cancel the
common factors
.
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Factor
out …
Convert to a Percentage 0.496
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Simplify .
Reduce the Fraction 65/25
Factor
out of .
Cancel the
common factors
.
Tap for more steps...
Factor
out …
Convert to a Percentage 0.379
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Simplify .
Solve for y 2^y=5^(y-2)
Take the log of both sides of the
equation
.
…
Convert to a Percentage 0.368
Multiply
by to convert to a percentage.
Simplify .
Evaluate (16/81)^(3/2)
Apply the
product rule
to .
Simplify the
numerator
.
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Rewrite …
Evaluate (125/8)^(-4/3)
Change the sign of the
exponent
by rewriting the
base
as its
reciprocal
.
Apply the
product …
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