2x 2x to the second
4x to the sixth can be expanded to (4x * 4x * 4x)(4x * 4x * 4x) or (4x to the third)(4x to the third) the square root of the above would be 4x to the third
... and what is the question?
The last one is an example of like terms.
4x(x + 5)
The answer is 16x3
(4x - 3y)(16x^2 + 12xy + 9y^2)
2x^8 x 3x^2 x -4x = -24x^11
The GCF is 2x.
(4x-8)2 = (4x-8)(4x-8) = 16x2-32x-32x+64 = 16x2-64x+64
Would you mind typing it out for me? I don't quite understand exactly what you are asking. For example, x to the second power minus 4x over x to the second power minus 16 would be... x^2-4x/x^2-16 Do you mind typing it out like that? Because what you wrote makes no sense at all.
(4x ^2 + 3) + (3x ^2 + 8) = ( 4x^2 + 3x^2 ) + (3+8) = 7x^2 + 11
x2+4x-12 = (x-2)(x+6) when factored
Since 20x7z2 is a multiple of 4x5z2, it is automatically the LCM.
the gcf is 4x
(4x4 + y7)/(8x5 + y3) cannot be simplified.