8n + 2 is an expression for "the sum of 8 times a number and two" True False
8n + 2 is an expression for "the sum of 8 times a number and two" . True .
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Updated 2/10/2015 12:09:38 AM
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8n + 2 is an expression for "the sum of 8 times a number and two" . True .
Confirmed by jeifunk [2/10/2015 7:34:14 AM]

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Simplify (4x^3)^2
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Updated 2/3/2015 9:34:42 AM
(4x^3)^2
= 4^2*x^6
= 16x^6
Confirmed by Andrew. [2/3/2015 9:33:39 AM]
4 · (1 + 3)^-1
= 4*4^-1
= 4*1/4
= 1

Confirmed by Andrew. [2/3/2015 9:33:58 AM]
30 ÷ 6 + 22
= 5 + 22
= 27
8 + (32 - 4)
= 8 + 28
= 36
Rated good by Pennymanny
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Updated 2/2/2015 6:06:28 PM
8 + (32 - 4)
= 8 + 28
= 36
Confirmed by sujaysen [2/3/2015 12:41:10 PM]
30 ÷ 6 + 22
= 5 + 22
= 27
Confirmed by sujaysen [2/3/2015 12:41:38 PM]
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Updated 2/5/2015 9:19:56 AM
HDTVs go on sale, which reduces the price. This means that more people will demand the product.
6-3
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Updated 2/26/2015 1:45:11 AM
6^-3 = 1/(6^3) = 1/216
Confirmed by jeifunk [2/26/2015 4:33:43 AM]
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= (-2x^3y)(9x^6y^8)
= -18x^9y^9
Confirmed by jeifunk [2/26/2015 4:33:33 AM]
expression that represents "the difference of eight and two, added to x"
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Updated 2/10/2015 12:14:29 AM
The expression that represents "the difference of eight and two, added to x" is 8 - 2 + x .
Confirmed by jeifunk [2/10/2015 1:39:35 AM]
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