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Which country was able to remain outside Napoleon’s European empire? A. Britain B. Belgium C. Italy D. the Netherlands
Britain was able to remain outside Napoleon’s European empire.
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What is each expression written using each base only once? 8^8 . 8^4 A. 512^12 B. 8^32 C. 24^12 D. 8^12
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Updated 8/28/2014 9:47:34 PM
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The answer for 8^8 . 8^4 is 8^12.
When the bases are the same,you need to add the exponents.
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Weegy: What is your question? User: hold up its gunna take a sec to write out Weegy: What is your question? It appears this has been started as a new question. User: What is each expression written using each base only once? 8^8 . 8^4 A. 512^12 B. 8^32 C. 24^12 D. 8^12 Weegy: The answer is B. 8^32 User: thats wrong (More)
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Updated 8/13/2012 11:00:10 AM
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8^8*8^4 = 8^12.
When the bases are the same, you find the new power by just adding the exponents.
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What is the simplified form of the expression? (m^3/4c^5)^-4 A. -16m^12/4c^20 B. 256x^20/m^12 D. 256m^12/4c
Weegy: Your choices are all wrong. The closest one is B. 256c ^20 / m ^-12. Source: [ ] (More)
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Updated 8/28/2014 9:55:13 PM
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The simplified form of the expression for (m^3/4c^5)^-4 is 256c^20/m^12 .
(m^3/4c^5)^-4
=(m^3)^-4/(4c^5)^-4
=m^-12/4^-4c^-20
=(1/m^12)/ (1/256c^20)
=1/m^12*256c^20
=256c^20/m^12.
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What is the simplified form of the expression? (b/7)^2 A. b^2/14 B. b^2/49 C. b^2/7 D. 7b^2
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Updated 8/28/2014 9:50:12 PM
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The simplified form of the expression (b/7)^2 is b^2/49.
(b/7)^2
=b^2/7^2
=b^2/49.
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