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Course: MATH 009, Fall 2009
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1 Assignment (44 Points) Chapter R Name_________________________ Directions: Read each question carefully and answer as clearly as possible. DUE DATE: End of Class on September 11, 2008 Spring 2008 Math 09 FORM A _______ 6. (2 Points) Simplify and write with non-negative exponents: (4 x) 2 (3 y 4 )3 a. c. 432 x 3 y 7 b. 144 x 3 y 7 432 x 2 y12 d. 144 x 2 y12 _______ 7. (2 Points) Perform the following...

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