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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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
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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.

When the bases are the same, you find the new power by just adding the exponents.

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Find the simplified form of the expression. Give your answer in scientific notation. (3 x 10^-6) (6 x 10^-8)
A. 1.8 x 10^-13
B. 1.8 x 10^-15
C. 18 x 10^-13
D. 1.8 x 10^-16

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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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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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