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Mohammad Cannon 2022-06-24 Answered
simplify fractions with exponent
The given fraction is: ( a b ) n ( b c ) n ( c a ) n + 1
The given solution is: c a
What I have done so far:
( a b ) n ( b c ) n ( c a ) n + 1 | multiply a b and b c because of same exponent
( a b b c ) n ( c a ) n + 1 | get rid of b
( a c ) n ( c a ) n + 1
Can you please explain how I continue simplifying or what I did wrong? Thanks!
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Alisa Gilmore
Answered 2022-06-25 Author has 22 answers
( a b ) n ( b c ) n ( c a ) n + 1 =
a n b n b n c n c n + 1 a n + 1 =
a n b n c n + 1 b n c n a n + 1 =
b n c b n a =
c a
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boloman0z
Answered 2022-06-26 Author has 10 answers
You're almost there:
Note that:
( c a ) n + 1 = ( c a ) n ( c a ) 1
Your expression becomes:
( a b c a b c ) n c a
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