Which of the following expressions when simplified equals x6y2? A. x3y ÷ x3y B. x4y2 ÷ x2y2 C. x6y2 ÷ xy D. x8y3 ÷ x2y
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User: Which of the following expressions when simplified equals x6y2? A. x3y ÷ x3y B. x4y2 ÷ x2y2 C. x6y2 ÷ xy D. x8y3 ÷ x2y

Weegy: The expression x8y3 ? x2y when simplified equals x6y2.
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User: True or False: 5,200,000 = 5.2 · 106 A. True B. False

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5,200,000 = 5.2 · 10^6. This is true.
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Simplify the polynomial expressions after multiplying: (x + 3)(x – 2). A. 2x + 1 B. x² – 5x – 6 C. x² + x – 6 D. x² + x + 6
Weegy: The answer for (X+5)(X+2) is x^2+7x+10. (More)
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(x + 3)(x – 2) = x2 + x - 6
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Solve the equation by graphing. x2 - 18x + 81 = 0 A. {-2, 9} B. {9/2, 3} C. {9} D. no real solution User: Factor x2 + 9x + 14. A. (x + 7)(x + 2) B. (x- 2)(x + 7) C. (x+14)(x + 2) D. None of the above User: Which polynomial has a greatest common factor of 16x3 y2? A. 16x7 y4 - 240x5 y2 B. 48x6 y5 + 80x4 y3 C. 32x6 y2 + 176x3 y4 D. 174x4 y3 - 112x3 y2
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Updated 6/5/2014 9:37:21 AM
x^2 - 18x + 81 = 0
(x - 9)^2 = 0
x - 9 = 0
x = 9
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x^2 + 9x + 14 = (x + 7)(x + 2)
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Which of the following polynomials has a degree of 3? A. x3y3 - 3xy B. x + y + z C. x2y + 5y2 D. x2y2 - y3
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The polynomial with a degree of 3 is: x^2y + 5y^2.
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