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    Konnie
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    why is the largest power in an equation not necessarily the power of the equation?

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    figtree3
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    The power of the whole equation would be expressed by parentheses with an exponent outside;


    (2x-3y+4z)*  when the * is an exponent. This is actually an expression, not an equation.


    An equation always includes an = .


     


     


     

    hector5559 But thier are no pies in it though,
    figtree3 I don't know what to do with pies! It has something to do with a circle, irony?
    What's the square root of a Black Bottom?

    hector5559 Pi squared,3.47 Etc,


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