What is the value of 3^-(x + y) / 3^-(x - y)?
(1) x = 2
(2) y = 3
The question stem needs simplification
3^-(x + y) / 3^-(x - y) = 3^ -(x+y) + (x-y) = 3^(-x+y+x+y) = 3^2y
All we need to know is the value of y. Which only statement 2 provides.
So I go for B
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