(-4·3·2)^2
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User: (-4·3·2)^2

Weegy: The slope = -7 Slope intercept form: y = -7x + 10
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User: (-4·3·2)2

Weegy: The slope = -7 Slope intercept form: y = -7x + 10
Ruzka|Points 20|

User: Find the product. (3p4)3 · (p2)7

Weegy: 63p6
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User: Find the product. (-2x2)3 ·3x

Weegy: (-2x^2)^3*3x can be simplified into:
-24x^7

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(-4·3·2)^2 = (-24)^2 = 576
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(3p^4)^3 · (p^2)^7
= 27p^12 * p^14
= 27p^26

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