# SOLUTION: Simplify: [5 a b^2/c^3]2 I have come up with 10a^2b^4/c^6 as my answer. Because I multiplied the constant by 2 and multiplied the variables square roots by 2. According to some a

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 Question 517044: Simplify: [5 a b^2/c^3]2 I have come up with 10a^2b^4/c^6 as my answer. Because I multiplied the constant by 2 and multiplied the variables square roots by 2. According to some answers I have seen they say it should be 10ab^2/c^3 Thank you for your time & help.Answer by mananth(12270)   (Show Source):