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February 13th, 2018, 12:27 PM   #1
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Answer requires justification, how would you do this?

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I guess I'd just throw it out on the internet and see if anyone will answer it for me. It's a lot easier than cracking your textbook and trying to work through some of them.
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(a) $4^8$, (b) $4^6$, (c) $4^7$. etc.
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(a) $4^8$, (b) $4^6$, (c) $4^7$. etc.
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(d) i got 4^5

(e) 4^+4^7-4^5

(f) 4^8-3^8

please could you confirm if i've done these right?
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Answer requires justification, how would you do this?
I dont have a copy of textbook hence why i'm asking for assistance.
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(d) i got 4^5

(e) 4^+4^7-4^5

(f) 4^8-3^8

please could you confirm if i've done these right?
It looks right, except you have a missed exponent in (e) $4^6+4^7-4^5$
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