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04 Nov 2003, 11:17
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If the operation (#) is defined for all "a" and "b" by the equation a(#)b=a^2b/3, then 2#(3#-1)=

A. 4
b. 2
c. -4/3
d. -2
e. -4
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04 Nov 2003, 23:58
I have asked people many times to clarify exponents.

What does (a^2b/3) mean?

a┬▓b/3?
a^(2b)/3?
a^(2b/3)?
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