Simplify 4^(-n/2)*2^(n+3)*16^(-1/2)

Antwan Perez 2022-10-28 Answered
Simplify
4 n / 2 × 2 ( n + 3 ) × 16 1 / 2
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scranna0o
Answered 2022-10-29 Author has 16 answers
Simplify: 4 n / 2 × 2 ( n + 3 ) × 16 1 / 2
So, ( ( 2 ) 2 ) n / 2 × 2 n + 3 × ( ( 2 ) 4 ) 1 / 2 ( 2 ) n × 2 n + 3 × 2 2 ( 2 ) n + n + 3 2 ( 2 ) = 2
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