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# If xyz>0, is x(y)^(2z)^3>0 1) y>0 2) x>0

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If xyz>0, is x(y)^(2z)^3>0

1) y>0
2) x>0
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27 Apr 2006, 20:31
I would say B, not totally certain though.

wouldn't x(y)^(2z)^3>0 = x(y)^6z>0. Therefore y will always be positive. It is X that we are uncertain about. Since B tells us that X is positive it answers yes to the equation.
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