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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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8^8*8^4 = 8^12.
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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
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The simplified form of the expression (b/7)^2 is b^2/49.
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