﻿ The expression (a3)2 can be simplified as shown here: (a3)2 = (a3)(a3) = (a · a · a)(a · a · a) = a6 write out
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# The expression (a3)2 can be simplified as shown here: (a3)2 = (a3)(a3) = (a · a · a)(a · a · a) = a6 write out in words how you would explain each step of this process to a friend. why is each step equal to the previous step? using a similar reasoning, explain why (a2)3= a6.

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