carmella1
carmella1 asks:
Q:

 how do you solve (-5v)^4

In Topics: School and Academics
> 60 days ago

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YvetteByrd
YvetteByrd writes:
^ is a carrot that means exponent on a calculator .  This question is just asking you to multiply -5v four times
The answer is 625v to the fourth power
> 60 days ago

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