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Write 36 in exponential notation
36 in exponential notation is 3.6e+1
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User: Write 36 in exponential notation

Weegy: 36 in exponential notation is 3.6e+1
Expert answered|sharpies|Points 5312|

User: Simplify ( -4xy5)( -5x4y3)

Weegy: (-4xy^5)(-5x^4y^3) is simplified as 20x^5y^8.
Expert answered|sharpies|Points 5312|

User: 3) Simplify (9x2y4)3

User: Simplify [ ( ½)3 – ( ¼ )2 ] x 23

Weegy: The answer is x^23/16.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 270|

User: The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 258. What are the numbers?

Weegy: The three consecutive even numbers are 84,86,88.
Expert answered|Mspanier08|Points 270|

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All the steps to the answer is as follows:
6x – 5 > -17
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x>-2.
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6x – 5 > -17, first, add 5 to both sides: 6x > -12. Then, divide both sides by 6: x > -2. Your answer is x > -2.
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