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b^14 times b^0 by using exponential notation with positive

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b^14 times b^0 by using exponential notation with positive exponents

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b^14 times b^0 = b^(14+0)=b^14

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Answer: b^14

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f(x)= -2^2+2x+2. i need the x and y vertex and line of symmetry and the maximum /minumum

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