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dirikthegoat:

Compare and Contrast: Below are two expressions. Simplify each and then choose the statement that is true. (1 point) Expression #1 Expression #2 (3d)3(d) (3d2)2 The exponents in Expression #1 are greater than the exponents of Expression #2. The exponents on Expression #2 are greater than the exponents of Expression #1. The exponents of Expression #1 are the same as the exponents of Expression #2. The relationship cannot be determined with the given information.

Vocaloid:

remember your exponent rules \[m^{a}m^{b} = m^{a+b}\] \[(m^{a})^{b} = m^{a*b}\] basically, when you have the same base multiplied to another base, add the exponents when you have a base raised an exponent, then raised to another exponent, multiply the exponents apply this logic to simplify the two expressions you're given, then compare the exponents in the final expression

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