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Q: How do you simplify 2 cubed plus 3 squared?

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(x2y2)3 + (x3y3)2 = 2x6y6.

b+c^2 There is no way to simplify that.

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The answer is (2x^2+3)(4x+1)

To simplify (3x3)2, the exponent is distributed to both the constant and the variable and multiplied with any other exponents. So (3x3)2 = 32 * x3*2 = 9x6.

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b+c^2 There is no way to simplify that.

2 squared --> 4 2 cubed --> 8 3 squared --> 9 3 cubed --> 27

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2(x^2 + 2)(x + 3)

The answer is (2x^2+3)(4x+1)

To simplify (3x3)2, the exponent is distributed to both the constant and the variable and multiplied with any other exponents. So (3x3)2 = 32 * x3*2 = 9x6.

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