Each of the equation should have at least one exponent
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Let the first equation be
Let the second equation be
y^m = 3
3^1 = 3
Sry I am a 7th grader and what I meant was this: -2/4 (-3/4+(-2/9)- 3/6 ÷ -1/2 to the second power
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