, 08.11.2019 10:31, maxB0846

# Could anyone me solve this problem ? 12r (squared) s(to the 5th...

Could anyone me solve this problem ?
12r (squared) s(to the 5th

4r (to the 6th) s (cubed)
hope this makes sense : /, the line is a fraction bar

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