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Simplify the exponents: x^6+x^3
So if exponents have the same base in an addition problem you can add the exponents together. x^6+x^3= x^9
Subject: Basic Math
Add the fractions: (2/3) + (1/9)
To start find you need to set the denominator to the same number: (2/3) * 3= (3/9) The simply add the numerators: (3/9)+(1/9)= (4/9)
Please find the X intercept of the following equation. 3x-8y=13
To find the answer you can start by setting Y equal to 0. 3x-0=13 Then solve for X. x= 13/3 So the X intercept is: (13/3,0)
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