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# If, for all x and y, x # y = x*y^2, which of the following is equal to

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Re: If, for all x and y, x # y = x*y^2, which of the following is equal to [#permalink]
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x # y = x*$$y^2$$

To find 3 # 4 we need to compare what is before and after # in 3 # 4 and x # y
=> We need to replace x with 3 and y with 4 in 12 in x # y = x*$$y^2$$ to get the value of 3 # 4

=> 3 # 4 = 3 * $$4^2$$ = 3 * 16 = 48 = 12 * 4 = 12 * $$2^2$$ = 12 # 2

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