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Q: What is the answer to 6xy to the second power times 3x to the seventh power y to the second power?

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42xy2z

9x-6xy = 3

Since there are no common factors, just multiply everything: 3x times 2y = 6xy

The degree for 6xy to the 3rd power is equal to the addition of the exponents of equal polynomial that means 1+3 (1 for the x and 3 for the y) and you get an answer of a 4th degree polynomial

6xy+9y2

2xy + 6xy = 8xy

yes 6xy is a monomial. A+LS

6xy(2x2 - 3y)

Six times Y = 24.

3(2y)(x)6xy

If that's +6xy, the answer is 2x(x + 3y) If that's -6xy, the answer is 2x(x - 3y)

Totally pointless

6xy +12y = 6y (x+2)

It is: 12x/6xy = 2/y simplified

xy(7+2y-3x)-6xy

6xy over 105xyz = 2/35z

If the question was -6xy = 0 - 6xy, then it is the additive identity property of 0. However, due to limitations of the browser used to post questions, most symbols are not visible to us. It is, therefore, difficult for me to be sure what your question was. Hoped I guessed correctly.

The GCF is 3.

no or false

6xy/16y = 3x/8 (as long as y≠0) = 3/8x

18xyz = 3*6xyz54xy2 = 9*6xy*yso the GCF is 6xy

5x33y4(6xy)-1First, the (6xy) can be moved to the bottom, and the 1 becomes positive. (And since anything to the first power is itself, the 1 goes away):5x33y4/(6xy)x3/x is x2 and y4/y is y3 and (5x3)/6 is 5/2, so this can be simplified to:(5/2)x2y3

2x2 + 6xy = 2x (x + 3y)

Both terms 6xy and -y have a "y" term in them. So, you can pull out a Y from each, so you'll have y(6x - 1).